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Times of India
* A youth en route to Chikmagalur is caught in heavy rain and enters an isolated house. He unsuspectingly agrees to play a lethal, yet legal game with the inmates, which lands him in the dock, literally.
It may be inspired by the English play Deadly Game but Male Nilluvavarege is a thriller with a desi touch. S Mohan, who's also donned the actor's hat for the film, weaves an interesting plot, which boasts of a neat narrative. The movie doesn't need myriad locales and situations to keep the plot engaging; it focuses only on a handful of characters confined to a room. If eerie is what you're looking for, Male Nilluvavarege is the film for you.
Mohan (S Mohan), who's employed with a private company, is in love with Isha (Kavita Bora). He's on his way to Chikmagalur to meet her when it starts pouring. He's desperately looking for shelter when he spots an isolated house. He encounters a few odd characters, including retired judge Peter (Dattatreya), retired public prosecutor Rachaiah (Sharath Lohithashwa), retired lawyer Ramaiah (Srinivasa Prabhu) and retired hangman Pandu (Kari Subbu). A man who's served a jail term is also part of the group. The real story begins when they ask Mohan to play a deadly game — they conduct his mock trial, at the end of which he's found guilty of murdering his boss.
It's a one-man show by Mohan who plays his role to perfection. Dattatreya, Sharath Lohithahwa, Kari Subbu and Srinivasa Prabhu have done their bit. Kavita Bora, Bhumika and Soujanya hardly have any screen presence. D Prasad Babu has done a good job with the camera.