The movie actually has a good twist in the story. But the director wasted his chance by using that twist in the end (last 15 mins). Apart from this the movie proceeds as if it is a drama taken by a film student in his pre kg class.
Not at all worth anyones time.
Prob this is good for dates since girls (in general, not all) would be afraid of certain scenes.
Katha's makers probably wanted to make a point when they inserted the quip about how the movie industry and "10th fail" generally go together. That piece of spunk aside, in an industry where "over-the-top" is the all-time favourite gimmick, Katha takes you aback because it's so bravely straightforward.
Marketed as a romantic thriller, the movie is almost naive in its uncomplicatedness. It's probably the budget, but it really has no devices - to either distract you or evoke uncomfortably strong emotions. It's a plain murder mystery, with no frills. So much so that we'd even recommend....