The flow of comedy should not give a room of the next moment feel. It should be a continuous process told in natural style to tickle the funny bones. There are many road humps in 'KK' this comedy entertainer and suffers in many parts for lack of crispness. The first hardship for the film is that it is not a new creation. Four years ago in Telugu Allari Naresh film 'Blade Babji' was made and now it is a late ticket to Kannada audience.
Kannada audiences have seen better comedy films in the past and some of them are full laughing riots. In this 'Kiladi Kitty' the comedy flow dilutes but the purpose of the film doing well to the people is good. The first half is tiresome and second half is quick with developments to the good end of the film.
For collecting Rs.5 crores to save the locality Kitty and his friends knows as petty thieves in their area select Mangalore as the best place for bank robbery. They successfully rob the money but they are forced to hide it in a place. As they return after sometime the hidden place is a police control room now. How Kitty and gang relocate Rs.5 crores which they are supposed to hand over for setting the locality free is the funny part of the film. Rs.5 crores in the coat of a carpenter how it goes on moving from place to place brings some excitement.
Kiladi Kitty has some good timing from artists like Dilipraj, Sharan, Anand and Ranganaya Raghu. Srinagara Kitty as a fake cop is cool and he has to concentrate on the dance and dialogue delivery.
Haripriya looks very serene and she is a beautiful walking glam doll in the cinema. Nivedhitha once again makes a mistake in accepting a paltry role.
There is more noise than melody from Jassie Gift. Yogaraj Bhat song before the climax is tolerable. Melody is lacking in the two duets in Kiladi Kitty. Cinematographer Ravikumar Sana has not left strong visuals to recognize his work.
Score - 5/10