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Times of India
Miss Mallige tempts you with a promising storyline with a divorced woman as protagonist. But it falters as it delves into the life of the heroine who is exploited by men for their selfish motives. An overdose of kiss and intimate scenes leaves the viewers with bad taste.
The movie revolves around Mallige (Roopa Nataraj) who works as a senior executive in a company. A divorcee, Mallige is attracted to Surya (Ranjan Shetty). She trusts him so much that she develops an intimate relationship with him and also helps him financially. But the entry of Madhu (Vikram) as a creative head in the company changes the story track. Surya, who is upset with Mallige becoming close to Madhu, decides to take revenge and brings out a CD called Mysore Mallige with a video of him having physical relationship with her. But Raji (Shwetha), a common friend of Mallige and Surya, tells the latter that Mallige is fond of him and he has mistaken her. What happens next? The story ends on a tragic note.
With dialogues and sequences laced with vulgarity, director Oscar Krishna fails to capitalize on a subject that is relevant in today's society—exploitation of women. Roopa Nataraj deserves appreciation for her bold and beautiful portrayal of the woman in distress. Ranjan Shetty fails to impress. Music by S Naga is average.