Nan Magale Heroine Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Nan Magale Heroine"
Runtime: 2 Hours 12 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 17-11-2017
Genre: Drama
2 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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Nan Magale Heroine is the romantic comedy entertainer that has the star cast of Sanchari Vijay, Amrutha Rao, Vijay Chendoor, " Deepika," “ Pawan,” Tabla Nani and " B C Patil." The film is scripted and directed by “Bahubali.” Patel R Annadaanappa and N G Mohan Kumar produced the film. “ Ashwamithra” composed the songs and the background score.

Plot

An aspiring movie director, who couldn’t come up in his career due to his flop films, didn’t lose his confidence. He has been finding a right producer to provide sufficient funds for his next project. After a long hunt, he finds out a producer. But, the producer lays a condition that if the director makes his daughter as the heroine, he would be bankrolling his project. Although the director doesn’t like his deal, he had to accept it, as he has to prove his talent and exist in the film industry. Later, he finds out that the producer’s daughter has a stuttering issue and she couldn’t speak freely. So, the director decides to train the heroine and then shoot the film. Did he succeed in his project? Did he get the required break? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Sanchari Vijay and the other stars have done their roles as per the orders by the director.

Analysis

Although there are a few movies that explain the filmmaking process and the hurdles involved, not all those films impress us. The director has come with a good idea, but he has failed in executing it. With Sanchari Vijay, a National Award winner, the director could have spun the story interestingly.

What’s There?

  • Process of filmmaking and its hurdles are shown

What’s Not There?

  • Screenplay is not impressive
  • Editing is not up to the mark
  • Spoofs used in the film doesn’t impress

Verdict

Nan Magale Heroine comes with a novel idea, but due to the unimpressive screenplay and execution, it fails to impress. If you have no film to watch this weekend, you could try this.