It is wither away of hopes from the debutant director Wesley Brown. He looks strained taking on responsibilities in nine departments. The story is not up to the mark, Editing and screenplay is OK, dialogues deserved to be better, cinematography is hopeless, direction is less than average, as a producer he has taken looked at the grandeur, technically he is well below average, in two places he appears on the screen is not appreciable.
What is this 'Modhala Minchu' all about? If you love, have guts to continue your love. This is the message told umpteen numbers of times on this silver screen. The lovers in this case - Ravi (Abhi) and Divya (Shruthi) dare to fall from a huge height to the running river and fall. They are so fortunate - nothing happens for their life. They continue to live.
Ravi is a servant and Divya is a medical college student. There is wide gap in the status like in 'Romeo'. They face hurdles and pure love wins.
Abhi in the debut has a long way to go. He has been very dull and dry throughout the film. Supritha is impressive in her looks. Doddanna and Sadhu Kokila not got the right dialogues to their images.
Thiruga Thiruga....is a good melody song shot in slow motion technique. One take song Rajkumari Nam Rajkumari....a marriage song is quite OK. Ashle-Abilash done a good job.
It is the digital cinematography that Wesley Brown banked has given him poor results. In the post production he has not studied the results. In the past Dinesh Babu tried for a few films, Nagesh Acharya tried the Digital camera for film. The results were OK. What happened to this Wesley Brown work?
This is not a compelling film to watch.