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Ijjodu Movie Review  

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Ijjodu Movie Review
  Movie Review : Ijjodu
Rating : 2.75 / 5
Banner : Reliance Big Pictures
Cast : Meera Jasmine, Anirudh, Sathya, Nagkiran, Ramakrishna, Arundhathi, Mya Ramesh and Others
Music : Manikanth Khadri
Cinematography : G S Bhaskar
Producer: Reliance
Director: Shrinivas Sathyu
Released Date: May 01, 2010
Ijjodu Sandalwood Movie Review

A stale tale, the story is set on the backdrop of a village and here lives the village head (ramakrishna) who controls the village. In comes Anand (anirudh), a photo journalist who wants to study on the architecture and he lives at the village head's house. The place also has Channi (meera). On the other hand, there is another lady whose husband Balarama (satya) is a soldier and after hearing that he is dead, she marries another man in the village. But then, Balarama returns back and after seeing this, he goes mad. Channi is also a devadasi and what happens to her relations with Anand forms the rest of the story.

Ijjodu Kannada Cinema Review

The director has come up with a mild storyline and though the presentation was good, the narrative was not engaging. The dialogues were dull, the script was flimsy and the screenplay was alright. Background score was suitable but only one song is worth taking home. Cinematography was the highlight for this film. Editing was not upto the mark. Costumes didn't have much work while the art department made its presence felt. Meera Jasmine does her role with élan and she did it well. Anirudh is going through an image change and this is working well for him. Ramakrishna was neat, Mandya Ramesh failed to impress, the real showstealer was Satya who did an excellent act. Nagkiran was natural, the others did their bit as required.

Ijjodu Filem Review

The film tries to bring about the clash between ancient customs and modern thinking but then the idea was not conceived that strongly to create an impact. While the first half goes about with the regular elements, it is the second half that begins to get complicated and the tragic ending leaves the audience nonplussed as to what the film maker was trying to convey through this. It must be said that Sathyu who has made a comeback after a long hiatus has not been able to show his brilliance this time. This is more of a film festival treat than a regular commercial flick.
Bharatstudent Verdict : Arthouse film

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