CAST & CREW
“Bangara S/o Bangarada Manushya” features the Hatrick Hero Shiva Rajkumar in the lead role. The movie is directed by “Yogi G. Raj.” Jayanna and Bhogendra bankrolled the project under the banner Jayanna Combines. Vidya Pradeep, a debutant, pairs Shivanna in the film. “ Chikkanna,” Sadhu Kokila, Sharath Lohitashwa, “Srinath,” “ Shivaram” and Srinivasa Murthy are also in the star cast. “V Harikrishna” scored the music and Jai Anand cranked the camera.
Shivraj is a businessman, who lives with his uncle in Milan, Italy. The successful businessman Shivraj is always practical. He always thinks about the present and takes decision for the current situation. Shivraj comes to know about his father, who donated his land to the poor and made them farmers, who are the living gods. After knowing this, Shivraj wanted to visit the place, where his father lived. He plans a trip to India. He visits the village, where his family lived. To his surprise, he witnessed a photo of his dad in almost all the houses in the village. He feels proud of his father. Meanwhile, he gets to know the trouble faced by the farmers. The problem is not only for the farmers of his state but the entire nation. Shiva tries to solve the problem. But, he has just three months in his hands. Did he solve it? Watch the film on the silver screens!
Shivanna has given a splendid performance. Vidya Pradeep had done justice to her role. Srinivasa Murthy and others fit into their roles perfectly.
Yogi G Raj has chosen the best script to attract the fans of “Dr.Rajkumar” and Shivanna. He had succeeded in his effort. The film will be one among the best films of Shivanna. He has rendered a good performance in the film. Kudos to the director for the script!
What’s Not There?
Shivanna’s presence is enough for his fans to roar with pride. The film has a good storyline, screenplay, direction and acting. Although it is a good social message entertainer, it has a thin line of romance too. The film will make you think about the society. Watch it in theaters!
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