The talented filmmaker, writer and lyricist A P Arjun returns with a Kiss after a gap of three years. And, his Kiss is certainly worth a watch for its beautiful making, melodious songs along with some good action and drama pegged with necessary elements for a commercial potboiler.
With a youthful subject, the maker has webbed a love story with a unique approach to it unlike the age-old formula of boy meets the girl, and they fall in love and fight for it before the happy ending.
It is making which strikes the most for Kiss, and the energy which it emanates from the two debut actors - Viraat and Sreeleela, is the highlight. It has everything the younger audience, especially the college going ones would thrive for to fall in love with the movie. Music from Harikrishna, along with son Aadi, who has composed a number is synchronised perfectly with the unusual love story.
A college student, Nandini 'accidentally' comes across the hero, which leads them to a pact for 70 days. It is better enjoyed watching the Kiss to learn about the 70 day agreement. The catfight leads to love, but is it too late to confess love? Well, watch this Kiss for a two plus hours of decent entertainment which is as sweet as the kiss.
The two actors emerge impressive in Arjun's Kiss, so do watch and not miss the Kiss at a theatre near you.