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Hare Rama Hare Krishna Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Monday, August 1, 2011 • Kannada ]
Hare Rama Hare Krishna Review
Banner:
Gangaram Creations
Cast:
Srimurali, Pooja Gandhi, Roopasri, Mico Nagaraj, Kari Subbu, Padma Vasanthi, Ramesh Bhat, Siddaraj Kalyan, Achyuth Kumar
Direction:
Ashok
Production:
K Shivakumar, Vinod Sindhya
Music:
Ilayaraja

Title - Hare Rama Hare Krishna, Producers -Shivakumar and Vinod Sindhia, Story, Screenplay, Direction - Ashok Kumar, Music - Ilayaraja, Cinematography - PKH Doss, Cast - Srimurali, Pooja Gandhi, Roopasri, Padma Vasanthi, Siddaraja Kalyankar, Achyuthkumar, Kote Prabhakar, Mico Nagaraj and others.

In the age of stiff competition and speedy generation the snail pace films with lackluster approach is seen in 'Hare Rama Hare Krishna'. Only Rama and Krishna should save this kind of movies in the box office.

The most disgusting point is that why a young actor with wonderful family background Srimurali has made a selection of this subject and particularly the narration style. He is in the 'do or die' situation in box office. More effort is what wanted for this film to at least reach the safe level.

The aspirant for an officer job in the government office Anand (Srimurali) faces uphill task. The main reason for this is that he is not able to adjust bribe money although he is on merit. Anand father (played by Siddaraj Kalyankar) finds some way through a middleman. That becomes a distressing factor for Anand. Anand goes begging with the middleman who is in a bar. He is locked in the murders for which he is not concerned. Quite often he is taken to police station. In the colony where he lives he becomes very cheap. Anand does not end his life but try to end the menace causing worries for people like him. He earns the position of a don by creating terror. In the climax Anand is beaten to death and even his family members face the same brunt.

Srimurali should accept a role that suits his nature and looks. He is unfit for action hero. No one can imagine him as a don. The clever screenplay is what he should first look for his career growth if he is interested.

Pooja Gandhi is another misfit actress for this film. What prompts this actress to accept this kind of role no one knows? Roopasri in a small role freaks out with right anger.

This is the film with music maestro Ilayaraja and Hamsalekha lyrics. Not even one song is worth humming again. Maestro has lost his touch of melody.

PHK Doss camera work is not having anything to boast.

Worth missing!

Score - 3/10 

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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