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It is a patent Couth Indian film with goons, rowdies and a cliché love story. Madarangi is no different than any other Kannada films. The movie is directed by Mallikarjuna Muthalageri, featuring Krishna, Sushma Raj, and Naksha Shetty.
There are two sides of the story one is the romantic track, and the other is the one involving goons and a lot of violence. In the romantic segment of the film, we have our hero Manu (Krishna) who falls in love with a businessman’s daughter Deepu (Naksha Shetty). Manu coming from a poor family works as a driver at her place. Due to the differences between both the families, Manu never showed interest in her, but Deepu forces him to accept what they have and take things forward. In another segment of the film, Manu is blamed for the murder of Babu, brother of an MLA Somanna. Due to an attack by the goons, we see Manu suffering from a brain injury, and his condition is not stable. He doesn't remember anything about the incident nor can speak anything. The police get involved and take the help of a doctor to find out what exactly happened to Manu. The most probable suspect was pointing towards the businessman. Who murdered Babu? Is it the businessman? Will Manu recover and find his love? To get all these questions answered watch the film.
The direction could have been more convincing, and the element of romance should have been emotionally connecting with the audience.
The dialogue delivery from Krishna’s end should be improved along with his facial expression. Sushma Raj has impressed the viewers with her performance. Playing a role of a businessman’s daughter is justified by Naksha Shetty.
1. The movie has very catchy songs.
2. Cast has done a great job, and the crew of the film has supported the cast.
What’s not there?
1. Scripting and dialogues are very weak and not convincing.
2. The film doesn't open with an impressive sequence.
Overall film’s story does fine and the cast has also put in all the efforts to give a good performance. On the whole, it is a good film.
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