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Times of India
Director Chandrahasa could have done a better job of the script and selection of artistes for his latest venture 'Kumbharashi' which fails to impress either as an action picture or a romantic movie. Except for Sharath Lohitashwa and Gururaj Hoskote, there are no experienced artistes who can give life to the roles that are strong and impressive. Even the narration looks very dull with romantic track lacking a proper flow.
Circumstances force Siddesha (Chethan Chandra), a rag picker, to work under underworld don Sharath Bhandari (Sharath Lohithashwa). As a loyal aide, he kills Patil, who had contested in the election against Bhandari, and Patil's brother who had come to take revenge for his brother's killing. Unknowingly, Siddesha also kills Bharath Bhandar (Yathiraj), son of Sharath Bhandari, when he tried to molest a blind girl.
In another track, we have Siddesha trying to impress the heroine (Roopika) who hugs him after a bet with her friends. The bet is that whoever hugs the rag picker would get Rs 1,000 as prize and Roopika wins the prize. Siddesh thinks that she really loves him and tries to impress her, but fails. When he comes to know that Roopika is getting married, he hits the bottle. The director could have given equal importance to the romantic track by cutting some of the action sequences.
Chethan Chandra looks weak for a strong character like Siddesh. He should have shown more energy while essaying that role. Roopika doesn't have much to do. Sharath Lohithashwa impresses as underworld don. Gururaj Hoskote is graceful as a graveyard care taker. Music by Srivatsa has some catchy tunes. Jaianand's camera work is average.