Updated: May 27, 2021 11:09 IST
Rating : 2.75/5
Santhosh (Santhosh Shobhan) is a bit too concerned about the size of his manhood organ. He opts to undergo penis enlargement surgery after falling in love with Amrutha (Kavya Thapar) as he opines it is the only way he can fulfill her physical needs. But the surgery fails for a strange reason. Consequently, Santhosh tries to distance himself from Amrutha. What are the self-imposed struggles Santhosh goes through in the process? How is his plight worsened by those around him?
Ek Mini Katha explores an unconventional avenue which adds a hint of freshness to the film, as a whole. The protagonist mulling over his supposed small-sized organ and his plight being ridiculed by those around him surely is an intriguing plotline. Santhosh Shobhan looks very settled. He gets into the skin of the character and gets his body language right. Kavya Thapar delivers a fine performance as well. Bramhaji, Sapthagiri, Sudharshan and the rest of the support cast do justice to their roles.
Ek Mini Katha has a good premise but the screenplay is uneven. A good comedy scene if followed by a boring scene. Sapthagiri’s slapstick comedy is good. The film will make one for a one-time watch.