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Gokula Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Saturday, November 28, 2009 • Kannada ]
Gokula Review
Vijay Raghavendra, Yash, Pawan, Raghuraj, Pooja Gandhi, Nakshtra, Srinivasamurthy, Sumithra
Mano Murthy

The second of the film is over loaded with emotions and for realizing the flaws the simple approach was needed. The first half is with usual introduction of characters that is quite funny. What happened to Prakash one of the intelligent directors of Kannada cinema? He fails to generate a pleasant screenplay first and the developments especially in the second half have gone out of his control it seems. That may be because of foursome he is caught up with.

The foursome is troublesome! Raja, N Raja, Shankar and Guru (Vijay Raghavendra, Yash, Raghuraj and Pawan) are very naughty once they come out from the orphan house. The style of living to educate them is on a wrong path. They make the habit of stealing and living. Among the four it is Raja who is emotionally attached to an aged couple because they have a photograph of him in the house. That photo is again a fumble made by a painter who writes the advanced age photograph of a six year old boy remembering Raja the passer by he had seen. The aged couple believes that had the son lived he would have been like Raja and so offer rain of happiness for him. Raja demands his pals to follow him. The aged couple (played by Srinivasamurthy and Sumithra) living in a posh bungalow worth Rs.20 crore is the target of a local rowdy Kaale. Kaale catch Raja for meeting his ends and the foursome with an eye on two percent of Rs.20 crore make a costly mistake to get the papers signed from old couple. Once the papers of the property reach Kaale he is astonished as the entire property is transferred to Raja's name. Furious with this Kaale orders for killing of the aged person (Srinivasamurthy). The foursome realizes at this stage the big mistake but their attempt to save the life goes in vain. Then it is a big clash and big admission from foursome in the public place of their flaws.

Vijay Raghavendra has given a well measured performance. Yash is in a hurricane role, Raghuraj and Pawan are funny to watch. Pooja Gandhi has blown up in her physique and acting is pleasant. The newcomer Nakshtra steals the show with her brief presence. It is Srinivasamurthy and Sumithra the veteran in the aged couple roles gather good recognition for their performance.

Mano Murthy the stalwart now in the Kannada film music gives two lilting tunes Aramage Idhe Naanu.sung by Sonu Nigam and Shreya Goshal for Jayanth Kaikini lyrics and the other one the solo song of Sonu Ningam Neene Helu Nannadhavudhu.written by Jayanth Kaikini are to class in lyrics and scoring.

Sathya Hegde in his camera gives a comfortable feel to the eyes. The framing of Satya Hegde is very good.

Scoring 6.5/10

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