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Yaare Koogadali

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20 Dec, 2012 2 hrs 10 mins U/A
Puneeth Rajkumar, Yogish, Bhavana, Sindhu Lokanath, Smitha, Rakesh Adiga, Girish Karnad, Ravishankar, Sadhu Kokila
Synopsis
The director has done a neat job with excellent narration, power-packed punch dialogues and great action sequences.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India

A remake of Tamil movie Porali, Yaare Koogadali has all the right elements of a commercial movie with Puneeth Rajkumar at his best. It is the story of how a boy is ill-treated by his family for land. The family needs the boy's signature to sell the land. Eventually, he takes on his relatives and teaches them a lesson.

Director S Samuthirakani has done a neat job in the Kannada version of Tamil movie Porali , giving it a local flavour with excellent narration packed with punching dialogues and sensational action sequences by Ravi Varma. The first half is about the hero and his friend searching for a job, falling in love and starting his own business. The second half has some brilliant action sequences and episodes of the hero's childhood where he struggles to come to terms with difficult situations.

Kumara (Puneeth Rajkumar) faces a tough time because his relatives are eyeing his property. Kumara's relatives confine his mother to a room after claiming that she's insane. While Kumara's father marries another woman (Malavika), his grandfather gets poisoned by relatives. After his death, relatives decide to sell a piece of land, but they find that Kumara's signature is a must for the deal. The conniving relatives try to brand him mad and get him admitted to a mental hospital after bribing doctors. However, Kumara manages to escape from there with the help of a doctor (Girish Karnad) and leaves the village and takes on the relatives.

He finally finds a friend in Natesha (Yogish), who meets him in the mental hospital, and stays with him during his difficult times. Puneeth has given a marvellous performance as a city man and a village lad sporting long hair. Bhavana has done justice to her role. Ravishankar is at his best in the role of a villain. Yogish has managed to deliver a string of good performances - from Hudugaru to Yaare Koogadali . Girish Karnad impresses with his small but important role as a doctor. Music by V Harikrishna has some catchy tunes. Cinematography by M Sukumaran is amazing.
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Avg Users’ Rating 3.7/5 ( 19 users )
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Mauli Agarwal
nice
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Shanthi Priya
The movie has no logic or magic. Most of the sequences are silly and unimaginative that seem to have been done without any script or preparation. The story begins on a romantic note and ends with an action note. In between, it is the director's ignorance of the story that makes the movie least impressive.
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Dev prasad
The movie has no logic or magic. Most of the sequences are silly and unimaginative that seem to have been done without any script or preparation. The story begins on a romantic note and ends with an action note. In between, it is the director's ignorance of the story that makes the movie least impressive.
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