Out Of Theatre

Lee

Out Of Theatre
13 Jan, 2017 2 hrs 14 mins U/A
Sumanth Shailendra, Sadhu Kokila, Rangayana Raghu, Achyuth Kumar
Synopsis
The film has a novel storyline for a tale that has often been told on screen, but one wishes the treatment was just as good as the original story that was wished to be told
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Charlee and Leela are lovers who want to get married. But, they have opposition not just from their family but also some nasty baddies that includes a Sheikh as an underworld don and his colour coordinated henchmen.

This film by HM Srinandan of Agraja fame hopes to spread a strong message that nothing matters when there is love between two people. There's a story with multiple twists that has been chosen this tale between two people of different religions. While the makers have tried to keep the narrative short, it could have been trimmed further to keep the interesting storyline more gripping.

The film begins with Charlee, aka Lee, found in a state of mental trauma where his actions are none less than an animal or a new born we are told. Interestingly, the story has some interesting flashbacks that are told through the eyes of dogs and goats who have seen the human side of the protagonist. Once we have all the back stories in place there is Lee seen in all his machismo.

The story seems to have one two many songs that really delay the story, especially in the first half. The second half sees one more hooked to the storyline until it turns to a rather massy climax. Sumanth Shailendra has arguably his most challenging role, but you wish the subject was treated with a little more finesse for all the sincerity and effort that he has put in. Nabha Natesh follows her good debut in Vajrakaya with another feisty performance. The rest of the characters are reduced to caricatures.

The film has a novel storyline for a tale that has often been told on screen, but one wishes the treatment was just as good as the original story that was wished to be told. While the movie has a few scenes that causes unnecessary laughs, it can be watched once by those who like mass stories mixed with romance and drama.
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Avg Users’ Rating 2.9/5 ( 8 users )
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Sree Nibas Thakur
average movie
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Rajesh
good movie
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Sreekanth Kumar
shaata lee..!! such a cheap third grade movie ..!! Actors doesnt seem to have taken any acting classes anytime..!! none of the actors have given their best.. and movie script fails a lot.. direction is done by a kindergarten kid i guess..! i dont give a fock..!! complete waste of time and money..!!
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