The third direction of admired director KM Chaitanya falling in to the slot of comedy is a major deviation. Targeting youth's director Chaitanya has picked some strange characters and dilemma of youth is the main focus. For debut producer Sumith Kombra it has good fun that runs throughout the film. In showing the urge of youths the director also passes the danger ahead. For a comedy film the flow and dialogues are most important. In these two areas it is rather interesting. At some places the dialogues could have been polished.
It is the selection of right talent that makes this film 'Paraari' a tolerable film to watch. The pillars of this film are cameraman HC Venu and music director Anoop Seelin.
Three friends - Shringa, Shravanth and Bullet Prakash come to a village in the Telugu belt area to satisfy the lust. In the village all the three are offered a girl for a day - son in law on payment for one day concept prevalent in some of the places.
All the three are locked in problems in satisfying their sexual hunger. They run away from the village in a jeep with two - Shuba and Jahnavi. In reach back home they face hurdles that evoke laughter to the audience. They are caught up with a dead body as circumstances force them. It is further tricky situation. They reach to their place the two girls who have come along fall in love with two young boys. The situation now makes all of them to reach the place from where they have come because Shringa father (Rangayana Raghu) is captive. How they bounce back to relieve Shringa father is rest of the film.
The expressive Jahnavi Kamath and cool actor Shringa are the new finds from this film to the Kannada filmdom. There is good scope for performance to Shravanth, Bullet Prakash and Shuba Punja, there is scope for over acting to Umasri, Arun Sagar and Sharat Lohitashva is convincing in a new format of his role.
Two technicians - Anoop Seelin as music director and HC Venu as cameraman are too good. In the lyrics of two songs the care was needed. It has double meaning in it.
'Paraari' - A certificate film is competitive in many areas.
Score - 6/10