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Times of India
Jinkemari is a masala movie filled with romance, action and comedy for Yogish fans. A remake of Telugu movie 'Bindas', it entertains you from the beginning to the end with lively narration, good songs and camera work. Perhaps, the director could have thought of reducing the length by 15 minutes by removing a couple of songs, including that of Suman Ranganath, which make no sense.
It is the story of how families of Shivana Gowda (Avinash) and Rudregowda (Sharath Lohitashwa) take on each other by killing family members. It is a long family feud triggered by the death of Rudregowda's brother-in-law. But we have our hero Ajay (Yogish), son of Shivanagowda's brother, taking the risk of trying to develop a bond between the families. He stays with Rudregowda's family without revealing his identity and win the hearts of the family members. Slowly he brings smiles on their faces and at last, reveals his identity to their shock. We also have two characters Babu (Shobhraj) and his brother Narasimha (Bullet Prakash) who try to create a rift between the family and the hero but in vain. The story is full of comic sequences that entertains you till the end.
Full marks to Yogish for his lively performance. Soniya Gowda has done justice to her role. The comedy track of Shobhraj and Bullet Prakash is excellent. Vijay Kaundinya shows signs of becoming a villain of the future. Music by Saikarthik has good tunes. Venus Murthy's cinematography is a treat.