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Siddhartha Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Saturday, January 24, 2015 • Kannada ]

What best an actor in the genesis can ask for? All such things are loaded in this ‘Siddartha’ the debut of fourth generation actor Vinay Rajakumar.

A slight change in the personality Vinay Rajakumar would be a good competitor to top actors in the family Dr Shivarajakumar and Puneeth Rajakumar.

The intelligent and shrewd director Prakash Jayaram has beautifully measured ‘Siddartha’ in 148 minutes presentation of the film. It is a love story of 2015 or one could say far ahead in thoughts. It is a lovely piece of work from all actors and technicians makes ‘Siddartha’ a family entertainer.

A film on friendship, love, father sentiment, revenge, romance, music and qualities of protagonist that is on higher end in this Zamana of Twitter and Face Book is thought precisely by the director. Putting it straight is the quality of Siddartha. His policy is to keep everyone happy and be happy always. Nothing is impossible for him. He has the naughty cleverness of scoring eight runs in one ball!

When the protagonist meets his beauty at an art school himself posing for the picture to be drawn with only guitar to cover him it is ‘I Love You’. In a few scenes Kushi come close to Siddarth. The task of disciplinarian father of Kushi to convince is the intelligence of Siddartha the final year of engineering student. For Moj, Masti and good time with friends he has the caliber of facing any task.

Siddartha not only convince father of Kushi (Ashish Vidyarthi) but confuse him before to get green signal. When everything is set for marriage the mood of young Siddarth opts for spending some time with his friends before marriage. He asks for a ‘Break’ of 20 days for that Kushi oblige.

In the 20 days Siddarth is set to conquer in music competition. He moves to Goa with friends. In this gap he finds Anju (Nikki Galrani). The good deeds of Siddarth are mistaken by Kushi. After 20 days break it is Kushi who announce break for one year to pursue her studies in London.

The ulterior motive of Kushi is to ditch Siddartha with a new boy friend Rahul. Is it is easy to do so? Better buy ticket and watch this family entertainer of ‘Love and Possessiveness’.

It is a fine selection of situations, dialogues and stunts for Vinay Rajakumar. The costumes picked for him is very good. The dialogue ‘Maathe Maathe – meaning words are like mother – he gets a silent breakthrough from audience. The intelligent youngster is liked by the younger generation. It is the day of straight away asking for ‘Kiss’. The protagonist sits in the bar and booze is a great changeover for Dr Raj banner.

You would definitely laugh holding your stomach in the portions of Vinay Rajakumar and Ashish Vidyarthi. When Sadhu Kokila comes it is further more.

Vinay Rajakumar has entered to the hearts of the youths and family audience in the relationship he shares with his screen father Achyuthkumar. Father asking his son for a smoke and beer could have been avoided.

Apoorva Arora has done well. She has a great future ahead like how Vinay Rajakumar has. Character artists Achyuth Kumar and Ashish Vidyarthi take major appreciations. We have not seen Ashish Vidyarthi in this kind of role so far. Ashwini Gowda, Alok, Jeevan, Vinod extended good support as friends.

Jaadu Madidanthe….Achchagide Edeyalli Nannade……Ninninda Dooragi Iralarenu…and Ninna Nenape…..are well composed by V Harikrishna.

Krishna Kumar in his camera has no flaws. Dialogue by Samarth is fitting to the scenes. Editing is another high point of this family entertainer.

Score – 8.5/10

 

 

 

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