Young Hero Nikhil Siddharth’s Keshava got its censor formalities completed today and the censor board officials were happy with the way the film was made. They appreciated the film unit and has apparently granted an U/A certificate for the film. As the film has been made a crime thriller, there are few violent scenes and except for that there is nothing else that should be pointed out.
The makers also expected an U/A and they are happy with the way it turned around. The official theatrical trailer of the film was out on Saturday evening at a grand audio launch event. Ritu Varma paired up with Nikhil in the movie. Isha Koppiker plays an interesting role in the film as a cop. Sunny MR has composed music of the movie. As of now, the censor talk is pretty much positive and convincing.
Twelve years after his parents’ death, a student (Nikhil Siddharth) with a rare heart disease has to seek revenge by controlling his anger and plots to bring their murderers to justice. Even though the perpetrators turn out to be police officers, the man, without any fear, murders two of the cops. In order to investigate the sudden deaths of the two officers, Special Investigation Officer Sharmila Mishra (Isha Koppikar) steps in. She soon catches hold of the man and learns about his parents’ untimely death. She, unexpectedly, has to release him but, knowing that he will strike again, she still keeps an eye on him.
During her investigation, she finds out that there is more to the man’s fury against the cops than just his parents’ death. Battling against one another, the man attempts to avenge the people who have wronged him while Sharmila tries to catch him red-handed. It is surprising that Keshava is made on the budget of Rs 3 Crore excluding the remunerations of Nikhil and Sudheer Varma. The film has made good pre-release business in all the regions.