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Smile Please

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10 Feb, 2017 2 hrs 07 mins A
Gurunandan, Kavya Shetty, Neha Patil, Rangayana Raghu, Sudha Belawadi, Ravi Bhat, Srinivas Prabhu
Gurunandan, Kavya Shetty, Neha Patil, Rangayana Raghu, Sudha Belawadi, Ravi Bhat, Srinivas Prabhu
Raghu Samarth
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2.1
Synopsis
The film can be watched once, but the film does have some moments that are far stretched from reality. Watch Smile Please if you like dialogue-heavy romcoms.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Manu is a happy go lucky guy who is everything that a boy his age is. He is carefree and irresponsible, yet his parents dote on him. He finds a mission for his life when he goes to his maternal uncle's house.

Smile Please by Raghu Samarth aims to be a breezy romcom, which hopes to bank on dialogues and innuendo like most films targetted to the youth are. While it is visually delightful and has a good looking cast, the plot seems rather predictable and too brittle. One can pretty much understand the varied twists. Though, it does manage to entertain in parts through the course of the film.

The plot is similar to many Bollywood and Indian romcoms that have youngsters as their target. The exuberant hero who wants to infuse life into the heroine's rather dull household is something that has been touched upon. But, there is novelty in parts which makes this film worth that while and a one time watch.

Gurunandan breathes life into this rather predictable script and does a good job in a role that is unlike his one in First Rank Raju. Kavya Shetty is impressive. The ensemble cast including comedy regulars like Rangayana Raghu, Giri and Sudha Belawadi, deliver despite being given caricatures rather than nicely etched out roles.

The film can be watched once, but the film does have some moments that are far stretched from reality. Watch Smile Please if you like dialogue-heavy romcoms.
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Avg Users’ Rating 2.1/5 ( 8 users )
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Kaavya Hariharan
Its one of the nicest movies that I have seen in a long time in Kannada.<br/>Brilliant performances by all the artists and all have done full justice to their respective roles.<br/>Its definitely a good change over for Guru to do a completely different kind of role and Kavya Shetty has carried both the characters really well.<br/>Veterans like Srinivas Prabhu and Rangayana Raghu have given outstanding performances and will move you to tears.<br/>The director has done his best in making the film so crisp, entertaining and funny!<br/>The cinematography and the locales are beautiful and the songs are soulful.<br/>Overall, the film is a good family entertainer!<br/>It is nothing like what the critics have said. I strongly recommend everyone to watch without any bias.
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Karthik N.S
Very bad movie waste of time to watch a movie guru nandan is better to try as comedian in movies and kavya shetty should better try another job
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Harsha Reddy
Sir plz cast good actorswhile I have good script why it ur casting very bad actors like guru nandan and Kavya Sherry neha I can feel guru is younger brother to Kavya so plz cast good actors
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