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Times of India
A freedom fighter and nationalist escapes prison and seeks refuge in the house of a sympathizing woman, who he later discovers is the wife of the police officer he is running from. What happens?
S Badrinath's film is the adaptation of the play Rotti Runa by NS Rao, which is set in the year 1944. Apart from throwing a little light on the milieu then, it also touches upon human emotions like gratitude. The film is well under two hours in duration.
The film boasts of good performers like Naveen Krishna, Shruthi, Bhavya and Suchendra Prasad. Given them at the disposal, the filmmaker could have created a film that could have been hard-hitting and memorable. Sadly, the filmmaker seems to have made a shoddy effort with camera work, jagged editing and unconvincing locations. The casting, apart from the leads, looks amateurish too.
It is the lead actors who take the film through till the end. If you're a fan of Shruthi and Bhavya and their good old sob story roles, then this could work for you. While the film has noble intentions, the translation doesn't come through as well, reminding the viewers of the Doordarshan style docu-dramas of the decades gone by.
is there no words of appreciation for a simple storyline bereft of hype and hoopla, blood, money, drinking and other social evils.. when press does not encourage, people will stay away from the screen.. so why not a positive review??
this movie must have been made in the year 1944. .. what a waste boring movie..