The movie Malebille is triangular love story, but it has a weak script. The narration is also very slow like television soap. Each and every sequence of the movie is predictable. The first half of the film bores the audience and makes them walk out. Even in the second half, directors attempts fail to impress the audience.
Anjali (Pragna) is a girl from middle class family. On her way to attend the CET exams in Bangalore, she meets Anand (Akshay). He falls in love with her and he tries to impress her. But she ignores him. She becomes a software engineer while he turns a car sales promotion agent. She falls in love with her boss Akash (Diganth) and gets ready for marriage. What happens next will form the climax.
Although newcomer Akshay lacks experience, he seems to have tried his level best in doing justice to his role. Pragna has also done justice to her role. Diganth has very less space to prove his mettle and he seems to have failed to save this little scope by appearing inactive in passionate scenes. Doddanna, Komal Kumar, Sharan, Sangeetha and Ramakrishna are good in their respective roles.
Manikanth Khadri's music is one big highlight of the movie. The songs 'Chandamaama, Chandamaama… and 'Nanage Ninna Muddisuvaase…" are good to listen. Suri's camera work is average.
Director: Mahesh Sukhadhare
Cast: Akshay, Pragnya, Diganth, Doddanna, Komal Kumar, Sharan, Sangeetha and Ramakrishna
Music: Manikanth Khadri
Earlier, Mahesh Sukhadhare has done successful movies like Sambhrama and Sainika. After a long gap of five years, he has now made his comeback to Sandalwood through the movie Malebille. Although he has claimed that he has updated himself with the latest trends, his movie seems to have turned out to be an ordinary film.