The debutant director is exhausted in his ideas after the first half of this film 'Ambari'. The nappy style he attempted gets diluted as the second half is laborious and it is inspired from Nagathihalli Chandrasekhar 'Amrutha Dhaare'.
The lovers in 'Ambari' watch 'Amrutha Dhaare' and escape in a cycle from Bangalore to Agra where 'Taj Mahal' is situated. In 'Amrutha Dhare' it was the wish of actress Ramya to die in front of 'Taj Mahal' that the hero Dhyaan fulfills. In 'Ambari' the hero takes his fiancé to Taj Mahal and he dies in front of it. Stupidity in 'Ambari' is lovers coming in cycle all the way from Bangalore to Agra.
Inspiration from a Kannada film is Ok but further making it awkward is not acceptable in 'Ambari'. There is an urgent need in the directors association or producers association in Kannada cinema world to properly guide the new directors. The Kannada filmdom after the rise in popularity from 'Mungaru Male' and 'Dhuniya' by newcomers is going very poor for the poor thinking on the script and screenplay part.
Somebody save these people who are giving not even 'one week film' in Kannada!
The ordinary cobbler Dhanu (Yogish) is fond of his father. His father (Rangayana Raghu) is fond of William Shakespeare while the heroine Saraswathi (Supritha) is fan of Rashtrakavi Kuvempu. Dhanu does not know anything about love. Someone talking to him with respect is a great surprise for him. Dignity for him is divinity. In such a situation the aristocratic Saraswathi falls in love with him. After repeated admissions by Dhanu that he does not match her but ultimately love wins. Saraswathi is not ready to accept for the disparity wall Dhanush brings in. When Saraswathi express that she is ready to come with Dhanu to any place both decide to leave the city in a cycle. They are not aware where they are heading towards but in the meantime they have to answer the old rival gang. It becomes an escape for the lovers on a bicycle to a far off place. Dhanu battled and bruised gives a surprise to Saraswathi in bring her to Taj Mahal in Agra. Before that had fought severely that Saraswthi is not aware. She is baffled on finding that Dhanu is no more.
Bony hero of Kannada cinema Yogish has that natural impulse in him. What is not acceptable is when he puts down a dozen of trouble mongers. For the B and C center audience he is a treat to watch. He identifies with the urchins, underdog people in the society easily. Supritha has that tender age and tendered good acting in this film. The songs are in poor quality from music director V Harikrishna. The remix song of a folk song Ele Kenchithaare...has been spoiled. Cinematography by Satya Hegde of 'Dhuniya' is the main stay.