Kanchana-3 Movie Review
Director:Raghava Lawrence
Producer: Kalanidhi Maran
Banner: Sun pictures
Music Director: S.thaman
Starring:Raghava Lawrence, Vedhika, Oviya, Nikki Tamboli, Kovai Sarala, Devadarshini, Sriman
Release Date: 19th April 2019
Rating: 3/5

Kanchana-3 Movie Review:Raghava (Lawrence) once again plays the youngster who easily gets scared and follows strange techniques to come out of his fear for supernatural powers. He gets possessed by not one but two ghosts to take revenge against a powerful politician! The film begins with one of the two ghosts—Kaali (Lawrence again) who runs a home for needy kids and physically challenged youngsters.

When corrupt politicians try to lure him with fancy black money, he says no which put him and his kids in trouble. The rest of the film is all about how Kaali and his lover posses Raghava to take revenge against the corrupt minister…

Lawrence once again provides enough laughter as the innocent Raghava. As Kaali, he puts on the mass hero hat along with the mask of Messiah. The actor also impresses us by his ability to change expressions both as Kaali and the foreign girl in the second half of the film. Kanchana 3’s biggest attraction is the hilarious—Kovai Sarala, Sriman, and Devadarshini combo. Together, they bring the roof down in the intermission scene which is sure to work with the masses and it got the repeat value in TV channels. The three girls —Vedhika, Oviya and Nikki Tamboli have been used only for the skin show.

Plus Points:
Raghava lawrence Performance
Some comedy scenes 
Some horror scenes

Minus Points:
3 Heroines
Some comedy

Technical Aspects:
The film will surely work with the audiences who loved the other three parts of the horror comedy franchise. Kanchana 3 is an upgraded version of the rest of the parts in terms of budget, grandeur and the overall production value. But it looks like Lawrence prefers to end the film with a loud climax and jarring CG works which worked for the horror franchise big time so we get the same treatment in this film as well.

None of the songs are catchy but Lawrence, as usual, shines with his racy steps in each and every number. Vetri’s camera presents all the peppy number with his pompous visuals and Thaman’s background score provides enough thrills required in the horror scenes.