'Ko' makes a mark

Looks like there is no stopping to the successful running of 'Ko' all over the world. The K V Anand directed film released by Udhayanidhi Stalin's Red Giant Movies has crossed the 50-day mark, and is still making good revenues.
"Ko is a genuine hit and it is the biggest grosser in 2011 so far. All the theatre owners who have released the movie are extremely happy with the revenues," says a trade analyst.
The Jeeva-Karthika starrer is about a photo journalist and how he changes the fate of a State. "Credible and convincing performance from Jeeva, Karthika, Piya and Ajmal among others contributed a lot to the movie's success," he adds.
'Ko' also marks the triumph of a honest and strong script and the credits go to writer-duo Suba. Longtime partners of K V Anand, the popular writers ensured that the script had no big loopholes and it made the viewers glued to their seats.
Another important highlight of 'Ko' is music by Harris Jayaraj. The composer scored big time in songs and background music as well and it had its impact on the audience. "Songs from 'Ko' still top the downloads list," sources say.
All these things, coupled with crystal-clear cinematography by Richard M Nathan, razor-sharp editing by Antony and pulsating stunts by Peter Heins, have made 'Ko' the much celebrated movie of the recent times.
Say S Kumar and R Jayaraman, who have produced the movie on RS Infotainment banner, "K V Anand is a talented filmmaker and he has proved it once again with this film. The entire team gave its best to Ko and the result was there on screen."

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