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Times of India
In a small village in Karnataka lives Docomo, a cowherd. He loves two things most, his bull and the village beauty Jummi. Coincidentally his bull loves Jummi' cow two. Ideal situation, don't you think? But what happens when greed and other human sins set in...
Yogaraj Bhat is back in his vintage best with Dana Kayonu. This film is his own Thithi or Gods Must Be Crazy, only with more commercial elements, like fights, songs and more. Only, these can be pardoned because you end up rooting for the story, its unconventional heroes and it also has a subtle underlying message, if your can look beneath the surface.
The story is simple. There are no extra frills. This is about a particular bull and its innocent owner and what happens when this almost good-for-nothing duo has a big price tag to it. This is when human emotions, rather the cardinal sins, take over and the village suddenly becomes a big political arena. This little hamlet becomes a mirror image of what could happen to people, rather what already has.
The performances are a big plus point to the film. The trio of Rangayana Raghu, Biradar and Vijay play to the gallery and give everyone their money's worth. Suchendra Prasad and Veena Sundar, too, shine as the zamindar couple. But the one who stands tall is Priya Mani, who owns the screen everytime she is on it. Cinematography, background score and editing are the other highlights.
This film is a definite must watch for all Yogaraj Bhat fans. This also adds to the repertoire of good scripts that 2016 has seen thus far.