A rivalry between two men, based on caste and social status, extends from an Indian village to war torn Europe during WW2.
User Reviews: There is a changing wave in Indian film industry right now. Directors are coming out of the regular commercial movie formula and trying to make good films, tell good stories. And I think they are not getting all the praise they truly deserve. Krish is one such director.
I became a huge fan of his work with Vedam, and with Kanche he did not disappoint me. Krish is not one of the stupid directors who make films where hero can punch a guy and he flies 20 feet away hits a wall and falls in the same place where he stood a couple of slow mo shots earlier. He makes films with relatable characters which are very universal and a very good story line. I will not rate Kanche better than Vedam or Gamyam. But Kanche is far better than any of the stupid commercial films which are being poured on to the audience. And it deserves to be glorified for the attempt of the movie makers. It has a sublime story and a universal theme.
Plus : All actors are really good. especially varun tej, damn it did not look as if it was his second film at all. I have high hopes for him. He is a new actor and it is really nice to see him trying to act in different films instead of just commercial movies. I hope he grows much more as an actor. Pragya Jaiswal was really nice too. Elegant and beautiful. Music was good. and dialogs better. Story line was good.
Minus: Foreign actors. Below average acting and really really bad dubbing. It seemed to me some NRI had dubbed for them. Screenplay could have been tight. May be color of the film could have been more vintage.
Still, Kanche is a really good film. It is one of those films which you need to collect and can watch many number of times and still find some thing sublime which you missed the first time.