Banner: Sri Mahabala Pictures
Cast: Mayoor, Deepika, Avinash, Muni, Aravind, Swathi, Adhi Lokesh and others
Music: Rajesh Ramanathan
Camera: Gauri Venkatesh
Release Date: September 03, 2010
A confusing tale, the story begins on the backdrop of a village and here is Shivu (mayoor) who is looked at as the main support for his family. His father (avinash) is the head of the village and he has very high expectations on Shivu. However, the story takes a turn when Shivu becomes Kiran just at the time of his father's treatment. Apparently, Shivu is suffering from amnesia and he is known as Kiran to his friends. Due to his illness, he remembers only the memories of his last one year but his friends work hard and succeed in getting it back to normal. That involves the murder of a politician that Shivu was witness to. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
The director tried to come up with a twisted tale but he failed miserably in the presentation and narration part. The dialogues are clumsy, the script was weak and the screenplay was inconsistent. Background score was not upto the mark and the songs were a letdown. Cinematography was a saving grace. Editing was poor. Costumes were okay and the art department was apt. Mayoor Patel looks handsome but his character was not etched that well. Deepika is not upto the mark, she has to improve a lot, Avinash was apt, Adhi Lokesh was not his best this time, Muni was mediocre, Aravind was average.
The film turns out to be an emotional treat at the start but in no time, with the amnesia element, it becomes a mystery. The second half goes about with the unraveling of the mystery. Overall, for such films to succeed, the script must be handled deftly and it requires a good deal of twists and turns that can engage the audience. With nothing happening on this front, the film turns out to be a dud. Box office chances are very slim.
Bharatstudent Verdict : Ignore...