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Times of India
In a rustic setting of Tarle Village, there are two old heads Gaddappa and Nanjappa. Around them occur instances of supernatural killings, young hot-blooded love, middle aged men in extra marital affairs and petty village politics of aspiring politicians.
The trailers of Tarle Village showed that viewers could expect Thithi stars Gaddappa and Century Gowda in the same form, lot of humour filled with double entendre and some more glimpses into the village life. This film does deliver that, but, unlike Thithi, it lacks the soul of the village life. It does get shoddy at times too, but it manages to entertain in bits with those stereotypical dialogues and characterizations. In fact, four of the Thithi cast members retained in this film have a hangover of their roles here as well.
The story begins on a supernatural note, and moves on to capture the varied characters in the village, painting vignettes of their lives. By themselves, they are entertaining, but as a whole, the story falls short and seems to be hurried into a conclusion, without touching upon all the threads.
When it comes to performances, Gaddappa steals the show. His quasi-philosophical way of dealing with things is entertaining. Century Gowda too is just like how we expect him. Both of them have earned monikers too, Olden Star Gaddappa and Abusive Star Century Gowda. Thammegowda, Abhishek and the rest of the ensemble also entertain in parts.
Go watch this film if you have missed the Thithi stars on screen. Though, be warned, the story isn't as appealing as Eregowda and Raam Reddy's film.