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Dhool Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Saturday, April 30, 2011 • Kannada ]
Dhool Review
Sri Sevalal Productions
Yogish, Aindritha Ray, Om Prakash Rao, Prakash Raj
MH Sunil
V Harikrishna

This is remaking of Tamil film `Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam' lacks the power. The chance of making the clash between protagonists - Yogish and Prakash Raj very strong is missed by the novice director Dharani. The technical part is a lapse on the part of the makers of this film.

The film is quite impressive because of the presence of Prakash Raj - protector of his sister in the film. There are two good tunes but cinematography is hopeless.

The useless youth Guru (Yogish) looking for a break in life gets it via his lucky lady Priya (Aindritr Ray). Guru fixes a price for foregoing his love and flourishes in his business. He even takes the second installment from Nanda (Prakash Raj), brother of Priya. Guru considers Nanda as his Guru in his business. The situation toughens for Guru when Nanda arranges for the marriage with an NRI to Priya.

Effortlessly Guru takes on the big task in the marriage hall. His approach and verdict that he would take care of Priya like how her brother guarded her, makes the stony heard of Nanda melt down.

This is partially good for Yogish and he has to improve in dialogue delivery. No one can imagine that he fights on silver screen. He is so thin. At least the martial arts reference could have been brought for justification.

It is a very comfortable role for Prakash Raj. In the song Nanna Neenu Gellalare..Prakash Raj and Yogish given have a good treat.

Aindrita Ray is just a show piece in most of the scenes. She has used her ability via eyes.

V Harikrishna scores two lovely tunes. Another one is meant for Yogish fans. K Dathu might have worked hard but the results have not come on silver screen because of flaws in the UFO screening.

A time pass cinema that signifies the height of brother and sister affection.

Score - 6/10

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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