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Lifu Estene Review

Lifu Estene
Cast:Diganth, Samyuktha, Sindhu
Direction:Pawan Kumar
Production:Manjunath, Syed Salam, Upendra Shett
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Lifu Estene Movie Review - It sucks at places!

IndiaGlitz  [Saturday, September 10, 2011]
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Title - LIFU ISHTENE, Banner - SS and KK movies, Producers - Manjunath, Syed Salam, Upendra Shetty, Direction - Pawan Kumar, Music - Mano Murthy, Cinematography - Sugnan, Cast - Diganth, Sindhu, Samyuktha, Achyuth Rao, Veena Sunder, Sudha Belawadi, Satya, Cherry, Raju Thalikote, Ramya Barne and others. We come, we go. And in between we try to understand. That is life! Has this debutant director become very philosophical in 'Lifu Ishtene'? The answer is no. Pawan Kumar from the school of Yogaraj Bhat has tried to be as casual and smooth in his screenplay but at places he falters with head weight to the protagonist. At places he should have corrected especially calling my life has become as 'Public Toilet'. What does he mean yaar! As a catch line for the title the director says 'Move on Sucker'. It really sucks at places! There is no need to search for the story as such in the film. It is incident based film and reminds of Cheran 'Autograph' and falling in love and break is so common in the erring life of the youths.

Vishaal is bowled to some of the cute things in his class mate Divya and as he moves ahead to further studies in a different place he is easily in love with Nandini. It is a good reciprocation from Nandini but the selection of a profession of Vishaal makes her to look for a different boy. This is so common indeed.

Vishaal breaks his guitar and screaming with tears is not yet serious to look for a job. He falls in love with a Television journalist in the second half but decide against her recounting his past.

At this point a little carelessness comes from the director in comparing the careless and careful friends. The attribution to a good Shivu is damaging and it hurts the good students. Is the director trying to tell to follow the route of Vishaal for the younger generation? Addressing the father Vishal says I have purchased a condom. Where was the need for such things? As a matter of fact he buys the condom for someone else in the film. The comedy in the departmental store was itself enough.

Diganth wins from his witty and casual dialogues and he collects tears at places should be taken positively by the youths. Samyuktha and Sindhu are terrific in their debut. Both have good screen presence and easy going on the silver screen.

Who said Mano Murthy has become monotonous in his tunes. He has delivered two lovely tunes - Ninna Gungalli....Mayavi Maya Madu Nanna....Another song Yarge Helons Namma Problemmu.....is a flash back song rendered very casually with spoken words in the lyrics.

Sugnan has done a tremendous job in his camera. This is for the youths who are spoilt like protagonist in the film!

Score -6/10

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