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Any good new kannada movie to watch??

Discussion in 'Movies' started by ramy1225, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. ramy1225

    ramy1225 New IL'ite

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    Hello friends,
    After a long time, I feel like watching a new kannada movie. Can you suggest some nice one please...
     
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  2. puni88

    puni88 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Do you get new kannada movies in Houston?
    We don't get any here in Boston :-(
     
  3. anurar20

    anurar20 IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi ramya,

    shylu and vishnuvardhana is good...........
     
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    Shyloo review

    S Narayan's Shyloo is a remake of Tamil superhit film Mynaa. The romantic drama has a strong subject backed with some excellent performances by Ganesh, Bhama and Rangarayana Raghu. Though, the slow narration might bore at times, the beautiful locations and a few songs give you the pleasure ride.

    Having lost his mother at his very young age, Manja (Ganesh) finds his love in Shyloo (Bhama) - who was being thrown out of her house along with her mother Muniyamma - when he sees her for the first time. The young and illiterate lad gives his helping hand for the poor family and strives hard to make his sweetheart happy. He takes responsibility of her schooling and bares all the expenses of them. As the times passes by their love grows and her mother remains unaware of their love.

    However, the fate has something unexpected for the young couple when they reach adolescence, as Muniyamma turns wicked minded and arranges her daughter's marriage with another boy. From here, the story takes deviation after he attacks Muniyamma and finds himself in a jail. During this period, she arranges her daughter’s marriage. On the other end, Manja, who was serving 30-day sentence, escapes from the jail. What happens next should be seen on-screen.

    The storyline of Shyloo is intense and touching. It is a journey of love that traverses like a Shakespeare's play. The movie is natural and it has all flavours of hill-side villages. But the movie is not engaging at parts and the slow narration might affect it to large extent. Adding to that, the script has not been modified to suit the native audience rather the director has wished not to harm the original essence.

    Ganesh will be seen in an unusual role. He impresses the audience with his unglamorous outfits, speaking in village dialect, and with his performances during emotional and love scenes. He emotes best of his expressions for the character of a country man. But the role could have been tailor-made for Duniya Vijay. However, his co-star Bhama lives up to the audience expectations. She has emoted well and she is the perfect choice. Rangarayana Raghu entertains you in his usual style. Suchindra Prasad, Shobha and others have played their part well.

    In the technical front, Jassie Gift has gifted three good songs for the film. The title track, 'Pada pada...' and 'O jeevave...' are the picks. JS Wali's cinematography is wonderful but editing by KR Lingaraju is not appreciable. He could have mercilessly chopped some of the scenes, which are not important, to reduce the length of the movie. Coming to S Narayan, his work is not up to the mark. His screenplay is not praiseworthy. The slow proceedings might play spoilsport. In the second half, the movie runs as slow as a passenger train.

    Verdict: Putting aside the slow narration factor, Shyloo is a heart-wrenching tale. The absence of regular masala ingredients might not go well with all section of audience. Nonetheless, it is neat and can be watched with your family.

    Cast: Ganesh, Bhama, Rangarayana Raghu, Suchindra Prasad and others.
    Director: S Narayan
    Music: Jassie Gift
    Cinematography: JS Wali
     
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    Vishnuvardhana Review

    Dwarakish's Vishnuvardhana, which was rumoured to be a biopic of Dr Vishnuvardhan, has no connection with the late Sandalwood matinee idol except the names of the lead stars - Vishnuvardhana and Bharathi. In fact, the movie is a tribute to the superstar and the makers of the film have tried to attract his fan following for commercial reasons.

    Sudeep, Bhavana and Priyamani starrer Vishnuvardhana is a complete family entertainer with all the masala elements. The film kick-starts with a lookalike opening fight scene of Aapthamitra, where Kicha will be seen in Vishnuvardhan's avatar in the first 20 minutes.

    Vishnuvardhana (Sudeep) is the son of a washerman but does not want to be like his father rather dreams of earning million bucks. His friend Shastri (Arun Sagar) predicts his future and claims that his fortunes will change soon. As his sidekick said, his luck changes and he accidentally gets a mobile phone of don Aadishesha (Sonu Sood).

    The cell phone brings him Rs 50 lakhs instantly and the cat & mouse game between Vishu-Aadi begins from now. The frustrated baddie is after Vishnu's blood but the latter continues to give the former hard times. Meanwhile, the hero falls in love with Bharathi (Bhavana) and their love blooms in no time. When the audience think that the movie is heading in a conventional way, Priyamani brings in a twist to the tale. In the second half, there is an interesting sub-plot that connects with the main story in the end.

    The movie tries to appeal all sections of audience. With the good content and direction, Vishnuvardhana manages to entertain the viewers all through. The movie completely belongs to Sudeep and he shines in every frame. Be it in comedy scenes or serious, the actor brings out every expressions from the book. The other actor to match his calibre is Arun Sagar. In fact, in the sequences that they share together, Arun overshadows Sudeep with his one-liners.

    Actress Bhavana looks cute and she is good in her role. Priyamani, in her brief character, has given glam quotient. Sonu Sood was not required for the role of the antagonist as any other Kannada actor could have done the same. Rest other characters are okay. Technically, two songs and the background score are good. Cinematography by Raja Rathnam is okay. But Gautham Raju's editing is poor. He has completely failed to give a flow in the narration and he could have reduced the movie duration by at least 15 minutes. Finally, debutant director Kumar has done an excellent job. Though, there are quite a few jerks in the screenplay and some minor mistakes in the story telling, his neat presentation makes it a worth watch.

    Verdict: Vishnuvardhana has a good story and dialogues that engage you till the end. Watch the movie with your family.

    Cast: Sudeep, Bhavana, Priyamani, Arun Sagar, Sonu Sood, Ninasam Ashwath, Sangeetha, Dwarakish and others.
    Director: P Kumar
    Music: V Harikrishna
    Cinematography: Rajarathnam
    Producer: Dwarakish
     
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    Anrar madam---thanks for review.

    Imge ishtondu gothu antha nange gothirlila.

    Trans: I didn't know that you had so much GK about Kannada movies
     
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    thumba thanks mums........

     
  8. puni88

    puni88 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Anurar,
    THanks for sharing this info.
    I will ask my DH to get few DVDs from B'lore.

    Mums & Anurar,
    can you name few good movies.

    Nobody watches movies in my family (mom, dad, brother).
    So they would not have any ideas about this :)
     
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    My knowledge in Kannada movie is worst than Banamil dear.
    Bt i like few movies like--Mungaru malai, Habbha. If ur a Punith Rajkumar fan u can tyr it, i hv heard my friends telling his movies r good.
     
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    I have watched Mungaaru male and few films of Punith RajKumar.
    His movies will be good and songs will be good too.
     

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