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Times of India
What made Ramarao Putane direct this movie? There was no need for spending energy on a movie which fails to attract any type of crowd.
The director could have done a better job of the script and narration by getting the best in the industry to do the project. But with poor script and pathetic narration, the director fails to impress in any of the category, be it music or cinematography. Rekha Das plays the role of a woman who struggles to strike a balance between her family life and her profession as a theatre artiste. Biradar who plays the role of her husband, is shown as a drunkard in the first half. He harasses her for money to buy liquor.
In another track, we have Ramesh Bhat teaching acting lessons to some village folks for a TV show. There is subtle humour in the track with the would-be artistes struggling to pronounce Kannada properly. The less said the better about the rest of the movie.
While Ramesh Bhat has done his best to keep the humour in the movie, Rekha Das has done a wonderful job. Moogu Suresha is impressive. Camera by Gowri Venkatesha and music composed by Dinesh Kumar are not at all impressive. A wasted effort by the director.
This movie is for those who want to know the life of underworld dons. Gripping narration and excellent screenplay with a touch of romance make the story quite interesting. Except for a few gunshots, there is not much violence in the story that keeps you on the edge of your seat till the end. The director has woven a romantic track brilliantly which ultimately shows its strength in the climax.