Another remake for the week is very weak. The 2002 'Hum Kisise Kum Nahin' is lackluster for the inactive participation of the stars and the grandeur of the original is missing out. In the editing, recording, cinematography the film falls flat. Director Ramnath Rigvedi who made 'Bisi Bisi' and 'Buddivantha' has no hold over the actors.
The film of 2002 'HKKN' starred biggies of the Hindi film industry like Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dut, Aishwaraya Rai, Ajay Devgun and others. There was some briskness in the film and in this remake that is what lacking.
Dr Kamath (Ravishanker) is in a fix as the Silent Siddhu (Adhi Lokesh) a don is in love with his sister Charmi. On the other hand Charmi is in love with Prem (Premkumar). The love fever is high in don and he seeks the support of Dr Kamath. Unknowingly Dr Kamath gives treatment via tips to win the heart of his lover. At the interval point he knows that his sister is what Silent Siddhu lover is Charmi.
Now the friction starts between Silent Siddhu and Prem. Prem uses his brain in sending Silent Siddhu to prison. It is not so easy to touch Silent Siddhu. On the other hand Dr Kamath knowing that Prem and his sister Charmi are in love moves around with garlands for the marriage. Silent Siddhu appears in all the places. In the end Silent Sidhu walks out silently knowing the true love of Charmi is for Prem.
Premkumar had a release in the last week I am Sorry Mathe Banni Pritsona...was much better film compared to this 'DDD'. Sharmila Mandre looks obese and close ups are not taken care. Adhi Lokesh is not inspiring at all. Ravishanker has no proper dialogues to make it laugh.
Sai Karthik has lent only one good tune. Cinematography is hopeless.
Score - 4/10