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Times of India
Gowra, Mara and Dugga are orphans who earn their livelihood through the parading of their bull and playing the shehnai (kolebasava). As Gowra, who is speech impaired, comes of age and is to to be married off, the three siblings face hardships in their nomadic lives.
This film by Manju is a bittersweet tale about three orphans who earn their livelihood by the near extinct art of parading their kolebasava. The film shows great promise but succumbs to slow paced storytelling that are salvaged by good performances and a good soundtrack.
Three orphans are strongly bound by their love for each other and their bull and calf. The trio go in search of a better life for their youngest sibling, who aspires to study in a school. In this journey, they encounter some friendly and some not-so-friendly people who decide the course of their lives. Gowra also finds love, but will all of them find their happily ever after?
It is heartening to see Pooja take up relatively good projects unlike her other Thithi co-actors. She, along with Sampath, ensure the heart wrenching tale comes alive. One only wishes the filmmaker had avoided the excessive dramatizing and kept the emotions and background score subtle to complement the poignant tale of love and sacrifice.
Though, at a time when films have excessive commercial plots, it is encouraging that Manju has taken a story that is more deep rooted. It is worth one visit to the threatre if you like something parallel, but be warned that it is a tad too slow when it comes to unfolding.
Very lousy movie i went to watch the movie in Imax mantri mall the cinema hall was only 10% occupied .<br/>The movie has a very weak story line,songs are very bad.<br/>Guys do not spend your time and money to watch this insipid stuff.