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Navashakti Vaibhava Movie Review  

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Navashakti Vaibhava Movie Review
  Movie Review : Navashakti Vaibhava
Rating : 2.5 / 5
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Cast : Dr.Jayamala, Shruthi, Ramkumar, Sudharani, Prema, Anu Prabhakar, Vijayalakshmi, Radhika, Dhamini, Ruthika, Ruchita Prasad and Others
Background Score : Flute Nagaraj
Cinematography : Dasari Seenu
Music : Hamsalekha
Screenplay : G.K.Bharavi
Producer: Jayasri Devi & Sureshkumar M.Jain
Director: Om Saiprakash
Released Date: February 02, 2008

Story:
A total pilgrimage on all goddesses, the film is about the couple played by Ramkumar and Shruthi who make lot of oaths for the betterment of their children (Master Ramprasad and Kumari Arpitha) and once the children become a pair of very talented singers, they forget everything about their promises. It is only when the kids suffer through a crucial illness that they are reminded of their oaths and the couple set out on a pilgrimage along with their children to all the nine goddesses - Kollur Mookambike, Badami Banashankeri, Mysore Chamundeswari, Belgaum Yallamma, Horanadu Annapurneshwari, Katilu Durgaparameshwari, Annamma Devi of Bangalore, Shringeri Sharadambe, Gokarna Parameshwari. There are also villains in the film in the form of the other family members who are bent upon killing the children. Are they successful in their evil plans? Does the pilgrimage save the children? What role do the goddesses play? forms the rest of the film.

Presentation:
Director Sai Prakash took the trodden path of divinity and made sure that the audience gets to have a darshan of all the nine goddess of Karnataka at the fare of a single ticket. Though the story did not have much to offer , the credit goes to the camera for having captured all the nine locations correctly and giving an upclose picture to all god fearing audience. The presentation was okay and the narration had its own loose ends but went on without trouble. The music has not been upto the mark except for one song where all the nine goddesses meet. Editing is average. There is not much for the lead pair Ramkumar and Shruthi and they did their job mechanically. It was really nice to see all top actresses coming in one film for the role of the goddesses but then only Dr Jaimala, Radhika, Sudharani and Anu Prabhakar fitted well with the images. The children did their bit very well but the villain team of Lakshmi, Krishna, Nagasekhar and Namitha have been annoying.

Conclusion:
A divine subject with not much story or content to offer, the script had to be tight and the film was not boring as it took the audience to different locations which they can relate to sentimentally. Not much can be expected from the characters so the film went on smoothly without any hiccups and it was a virtual pilgrimage for all the viewers. The film will attract the women audience largely and they get their share of 'Bhakti' watching the movie.

Bharatstudent verdict : Strictly for devotees and god loving audience!!

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