Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva Movie Review
Rating :- 2.5/5 Reviewed by: Thinkal Menon Site: TimesOfIndia
Though it’s been two years since a film of Raghava Lawrence hit the screens, he made a couple of attempts to win the hearts of people with his off screen acts recently. Though the actor is a self-confessed fan of Rajinikanth, we are left scratching our heads over the idea behind crediting the same moniker to him, too. Much to our surprise, the word ‘Makkal’ is added to it, making him the ‘Makkal Superstar’! he songs Hara Hara Mahadeva Ki, featuring Raai Laxmi, and Adaludan Paadalai Kettu, a remix of the yesteryear MGR song, which has Nikki Galrani, provide ample scope for glamour and the actresses add some oomph factor to keep the viewers glued to the screen.
Rating :- 1/5 Reviewed by: Karthik Kumar Site: HindustanTimes
In Motta Siva Ketta Siva, a remake of Telugu film Pataas, Lawrencce is introduced as Makkal (People’s) Superstar and you know that’s not a good sign. It doesn’t take much time to realise that the title is a mockery of super-stardom and the film is a blow to your sensibilities. Lawrencce plays a hot-headed and corrupt cop, who abhors his father, his superior in the department. Kovai Sarla, who made a terrific comeback with the Kanchana series, is annoyingly unbearable with her loud voice. These following lines about Nikki are being written out of sympathy. She plays a reporter and when we meet her for the first time we see her in a half-sari.
Rating :- 1.75/5 Reviewed by: BehindWoods Review Board Site: BehindWoods
After the blockbuster success of Kanchana 2, Raghava Lawrence is back with the action-packed mass entertainer Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva, which has hit the screens finally after a lot of hurdles. Nikki Galrani has less performing space, and she appears in just songs, few uninteresting romance portions and the climax. Right from the lead given to the hero introduction scene, almost the entire film follows the clichéd mainstream masala entertainer pattern. More confined and a tighter screenplay would have helped the film to be one of the most enjoyable entertainers, but what we get is an old run-of-the-mill drama.
Rating :- 1/5 Reviewed by: Manoj Kumar R Site: IndianExpress
Choreographer-turned-actor Raghava Lawrence’s new film Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva released on Friday after a long delay due to financial issues and other controversies. Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva is a sub-standard attempt by the filmmakers to glorify the police service, which ends up as a naoisy hotch-potch. Motta Shiva Ketta Siva is the remake of Telugu film Paatas and the director has tried to remain honest to its original mediocre film. If the film has managed to entertain at all, it is during the song sequences, where Lawrence provides some relief from the suffocation with his dance moves.
Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva Official Trailer 2017