Plus Movie Review Kannada
Review for the film " Plus "
Runtime: 2 Hours 31 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 16-10-2015
Genre: Thriller
2.5 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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Anant Nag has raised expectations with his different makeover in the movie Plus. Let’s see how the movie has turned out to be.

Plot

Plus enunciates the age-old belief that though goodness faces lots of ordeals initially it will emerge victorious in the end. We are taken to various worlds thanks to the conception of director Gadda Viji. A demon asks his child to go to the earth so that the latter turns out more wicked than him. This being just a string of the film there is also the story of the refined Anant Nag, a businessman, whose life is at stake. He doesn’t accept the help of cops and tries to manage the ordeal all by himself. However, the cops do their best in finding out about the conspiracy on Anant Nag. There is also the story of three persons who are suffering from peculiar psychological drawbacks.

Star Performances

Anant Nag steals the show with his sophisticated performance while Ravishankar does a somewhat over-the-top essaying of his character which is mythological. Pawan Kumar, the director of Lucia, is featured in a brief role in the movie. Ritesh and Chetan Chandra do a convincing act and will impress the audience. Shweta Pandit and Aishani Shetty have brief roles.

Analysis

The director has touched upon psychological and age-old aspects that deal with the earlier lives of the artists. But the movie seems a tad complex. 

What's there?

  • Some good performances
  • The movie has the premise of a good thriller.

What’s not there?

  • There are many elements interspersed in the movie that you end up being confused.
  • The editing is not up to the mark.
  • The music doesn’t make an impression.
  • Some of the ideas in the movie are unbelievable. 
  • The movie may not strike the chord with those who prefer commercial entertainers. 

Verdict

There are too many things added that eventually hinders the progress of Plus. However, Plus can be watched for Anant Nag’s performance.