Kumbha Rashi, the title, does not have any co-relation with the theme or the stars except for the fact that the protagonist Chetan Chandra portrays six-pack abs. An unconvincing script, dull narration and lack of star presence makes it a disappointing fare.
The storyline is predictable right from the beginning. Siddesha (Chetan Chandra) is a rag-picker, who dreams a rich manís life. He identifies himself with underworld don Sharath Bhandary (Sharath Lohitashwa). He becomes the henchman of Sharath and becomes a killer.
Siddesh eliminates Sharathís arch rival Patil and becomes the target of the victimís brother. Simultaneously, the director shows the soft side of the protagonist, who falls for the heroine (Roopika). Apparently, the heroine would have fooled him and planning to marry somebody of his class. This further infuriates Siddesha. The rest of the story is about how Siddesha comes to terms with his personal and professional challenges.
Though the movie posters extensively depicted Chetanís six-pack abs, he hardly gets an opportunity to show them on the big screen. Chetan also turns out to be a soft person for such an aggressive role; probably he needs to make his presence felt on the big screen going forward. It is Sharath Lohitashwa and Gururaj Hoksote, who hold the fort in the movie. Roopika is an absolute disappointment, as she fails to live up to the expectations of the character.
Music by Srivatsa too is not impressive. It looks like Chetan Chandra needs another movie to bounce back to the mainstream of Sandalwood.