The confused state of mind is the universal problem. How it is fed to bring such people to right order from disorder is an art which requires clever handling. Director Aravind Kaushik has won half and remaining half he makes it a headache from his narration. In the process of creating new audience to his film why this youngster has not been able to understand that his audience are quite intelligent and do not have to time to scratch their heads. Had the director rehashed his subject and made it less cumbersome - Tuglak would have given him the required 'luck'.
The childhood problem of Raghu is indecisiveness. He goes fickle in this flick 'Tuglak'. The childhood decease of hanging situation grows up. Raghu saves Sania and Sonia from kidnap. Both propose him for marriage. He is not able to give proper look to his life. The issue of whether Sania or Sonia to accept continues in his mind. When he rejects one and move on to another it is late he realizes. Again he comes back to the one he has told no. A cinema in cinema at this time also focuses on the same issue. Raghu in full confusion asks the common people on what should be the decision in his life and also of his film. Leaving his lady love he attaches importance to friendship in the end.
We have got a handsome hero in Rakshit Shetty to Kannada cinema. He has the looks of Hindi cinema standard. The anger, smile and sensible performance come from this gentleman.
Anish Ummar and Meghana Goankar look sweet on screen. Giri as friend is apt. Music and cinematography are also in good standards. Maintain...song and Laisa Laisa....are good in melody and peppy.
Trimming is what required for this film instead of heckling the human brains!
Score - 6/10