Its an overall entertaining movie with a good message. Practice of medicine combined with faith is life- saving. Its different from the routine masala movies and although it has supernatural element there are still many scenes where we can connect with the characters. The effort is good, but this movie may not be for everyone, esp who like to watch the commercial junk.
First up, Karma deserves credit for being ambitious in its technical departments. The film was shot with a Red One system, and its Hollywood-style cinematography and its set design are evidently meant for bigger things.
Much bigger things than an incoherent script.
Designed to be a supernatural thriller, Karma takes too long to clearly come out with what it really intends to speak about. It is an NRI tale that wants to exploit concepts like underground cults, but ends up looking like an empty art film.
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