When Ramesh Aravind and Rajendra Karanth is combination there will be no shortfall for laugh riot. This is what just happened in this hilarious family package. There is some strong substance, hard hit on quality of films in an indirect way. It is a situational comedy and opportunist minds getting a lesson at the end of the film.
MMMK begins on a strong conversation. The project of Kathriguppe cinema goes to the hands of Manohar who has quite a few films unreleased so far. That is because of his fiance Harshika. For the temperament of Manohar there is another boy friend for Harshika, when Manohar is half a middle of the cinema he goes blind. Such temporary deformity is made use and his friend Ranganni advices him to go ahead. Manohar faces a few complications. Manohar is exposed of his blindness. Producer is caught up with sympathy idea to earn the laurels in the box office.
In the dialogues and narration pattern Rajendra Karanth has left strong impressions. He is a growing director and knows what counts and sells in the market to hold audience attention.
Ramesh Aravind has performed like how he gulps a glass of water easily. He is so cool and in blind role he is class. The emotions and naughty moments with heroines Ramesh steal the show again. He never makes the film to drop. As a blind Ramesh Aravind taking up next half of the shooting in the film has a very sensible message to the present day film makers with eyes wide open.
Ravishanker Gowda specialist in comedy in small screen after a series of films has one right film with Ramesh Aravind. Ravishanker Gowda gives right timing and punches.
Rangayana Raghu is another master in the art makes it cool in any given role. He has another good chance and his character is replica of some of the persons in the industry.
The film needed a few good songs from Rajesh Ramanath. None of the songs stay in memory. JG Krishna the super fast cameraman has provided good support.
Noted producer Sandesh Nagaraj without much publicity has released this film. The stock is good and right publicity would allow this film to rock in the box office. Comedy always sells!
Score - 8/10