Director K Madesha's latest Kannada film Hudugru had created lot of curiosity among the movie buffs before its release. But the movie, which has released yesterday (May 05), does not disappoint them. It successfully holds the attention of the viewers with its sound technical elements, interesting script and gripping narration. It is also a good treat for Puneet fans for this weekend.
Hudugru is a romantic comedy flick and Puneet, Kitty, Yogish and Radhika's energetic performances are the major highlight of the film. V Harikrishna's music, Sathya Hegde's cinematography, Raghu-Sadhu's comedy are other highlights of the movie. Three youths, who have their own goals to achieve, sacrifice their life to unite two stupid lovers, which looks utterly silly disappointing. Hudugru is a remake of hit Tamil movie Naadodigal and director K Madesha has remained very honest to the original. The plot focuses on three friends, who attempt to unite the lovers at the cost of their own love life and goals
Although the story of the film needs a dragging narration, the director has used commercial elements like comedy and good music, which do not allow the viewers to loose their interests. Madesha runs the first half with gripping narration. In the seconds half, the narration drags a bit, but the interesting story makes sure that they do not leave their seats.Prabhu (Puneeth Rajakumar), Chandru (Srinagar Kitty) and Siddesh (Yogish) are three friends, who are yearning to achieve their goals and marry their lovers. Meanwhile, Prabhu’s friend Sudhir (Vishal Hegde) approaches him seeking help to reunite him with his lover Sushma (Ramya Barna). The three youths, who consider friendship above all relationships, come forward to help Sudhir. But Sudhir's mother (Vanitha Vasu) and Sushma's father (Avinash) are influential politicians, who land them in trouble. How they unite Sushma and Sudhir will form the climax of the movie.