Out Of Theatre


Out Of Theatre
12 Jun, 2015 2 hrs 25 mins U/A
Shiva Rajkumar, Karunya, Padmaja Rao, Nabha Natesh, Sadhu Kokila
A commercial family drama that is quite the tear-jerker

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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Viraj is the darling of his family, albeit he is adopted. An unfortunate incident leads to a revelation that his mother is still alive. Viraj then embarks on a journey in search of his mother, to the heartless kingdom of his grandfather.

A Harsha and Shivarajkumar had previously teamed up for the Bhajarangi, which was a treat for the fans. Their second collaboration doesn't disappoint either. Harsha, using tried and tested elements, brings in newness to the script. Shivarajkumar is very much Harsha's Viraj, mouthing punch dialogues, looking fit and giving his all to ensure his fans have nothing to complain about.

As for the story, it begins with happy-go-lucky Viraj falling in love. Unfortunately, his love is rejected when the girl's parents get to know he's an orphan. In events that follow, his father reveals that Viraj's mother and grandparents are still alive. Curious Viraj then sets out to meet his 'real' family. When he goes to this mystical land that is ruled by his grandfather, a stone-hearted patriarch, he realizes that uniting with his loved ones is not that easy. Love, laughter and action follow, topped with a generous amount of melodrama.

This film is intelligently written and directed; Shivarajkumar has a role that is tailor-made for his fans. While Jogi too centered around the mother-son sentiment, Harsha's approach ensures there's no feeling of repetition for fans. The dialogues, action and choreography too are massy and entertaining.

Actresses Nabha Natesh, Karunya Ram and Shubra Aiyappa have limited but significant roles. While Shubra sizzles in her glamorous avatar, Nabha is impressive as the tapori taking on Shivarajkumar. Most of the ensemble cast have small but significant parts in the narrative. Sadhu Kokila looks a tad repetitive in his loud role, though his double entendre dialogues make up for it. Chikkanna is funny in his cameo and you only wish that you saw more of him. The cameos in the title song featuring Arjun Janya, V Ravichandaran, Tamil actor Siva Karthikeyan, Telugu star Ravi Teja and Malayalam star Dileep ensure the film begins with a bang.

With this being Arjun's 50th film as composer, the soundtrack has some good ditties, especially the Dhanush-rendered No Problem, Thukatha Gadabada and the soulful Kandamma Muddamma. This one can ensure a few tears in the emotional climax. Watch this film if a commercial family drama is your idea of entertainment at the movies.
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