What happened to the younger lot who attempt in making a film in mass media? They are informed well but to re-inform to the audience they take hell lot of difficulty and falls flat in giving a convincing cinema.
Don't 'Fry' the audience releasing that too on Friday. Who will watch such a lengthy film with no brevity in telling things? Is Madhuchandra of 'Cyber Yogadol Nava Yuva Madhura Prema Kavyam' is hearing?
Love marriage, arranged marriage is a failure - living together is the fashion of today. Even in living together there is no proper understanding is the opinion of this director Madhuchandra. So what? He has attempted at sending the boy and girl to opposite families to know better. The genes study happens. They succeed but decide not get married. Without marriage they lead the life. This is what stunning to the seniors in the family.
Director Madhuchandra should join the classes of editing. What is not irksome or lengthy he should know first instead of scratching the head of audience.
The case studies in lengthy duration are good in novels to read. In some cases it is better for television serials. To make the audiences understand in the present scenario one or two scenes are enough.
The characters like Manoj Java is so taxing - director should have looked from the point of view of audience. There are several films already that focused on the living together that has got the legal support in Indian context today.
Eating straight from hand to mouth is OK. But pushing the hand behind the head and eating is disgusting.
Newbie Gurunandan and Shwetha Srivatsa are OK. Sushma looks good but dialogue delivery is not impressive. Sharat Lohitashva, Sunder and Seetha Kote have good roles to perform. For Veena Sunder this is not a challenging one.
Except two songs, editing and cinematography are below average in this film 'CYNYMPK'. Yakla Maaga Hingagbitte....for youths and Purra Purra....from Vasu Dixit and Abilash are OK.
Nothing compelling is the verdict.