Aa Eradu Varshagalu Movie Review

Aa Eradu Varshagalu Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Aa Eradu Varshagalu"
Runtime: 2 Hours 06 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 28-07-2017
Genre: Drama
3 / 5.0


Vijay Prakash
Sharath Parvathavani
Supriya Lohith
Indu Nagaraj
Arasu Anthare


Aa Eradu Varshagalu is the romantic tale directed by B Madhusoodhan. Madhu has directed hit Kannada series including “ Milana,” “ Anuroopa” and Pallavi Anupallavi. Aa Eradu Varshagalu has Renuk Mathad, Ameeta Kulaal, Triveni and Ramakrishna in the star cast. The film is bankrolled by Rishikha Madhusoodhan under the banner Abhimatha Productions. The hero Renuk Mathad had worked with director Madhusoodhan in Anuroopa TV Series. Ameeta is the debutant. Anoop Seelin composes the songs and the background score. Arasu Anthare penned the lyrics. Ravi Kishore is the cinematographer and Akshay edited the film.


The film deals with a story that happens in the life of two people for the past two years. It is about two middle-class people, who fall in love with each other. How they met, where they met and what happens in their romance life for two years from the day they met is scripted in Aa Eradu Varshagalu.

Star Performance

The lead stars Renuk and Ameeta had performed well. Other supporting actors have done their part neatly.


Madhusoodhan has shot the love story in a different angle. Most of the timeline films hadn’t concentrated on the romance genre. Madhu had done it neatly. With the limited number of artists, the director has moved the story without boring the people.

What’s There?

  • Different script and good direction
  • Star cast is perfect and their performance too
  • Songs and the background score by Anoop Seelin adds a big support to the film
  • Mild comedy scenes impress the viewers

What’s Not There?

  • Nothing big to be pointed as negative in this genre


Aa Eradu Varshagalu is an exclusive film for the lovers. It is to be noted that, it doesn’t have any vulgar dialogues or scenes. Aa Eradu Varshagalu ... worth watching, once!