The movie is a family story that happens in one day and Dinesh Babu has scripted a beautiful screenplay by mixing comedy sequences to it. The narration of movie is so interesting that hardly any sequence bores the audiences. It does not have a dramatic climax, which is found in his previous comic movies. Moreover, the climax does not carry any serious message or exaggerative dialogue.
Mooru Guttu, Ondu Sullu, Ondu Nija is a show of actors Ramesh Arvind and Komal Kumar. The first half of the film is filled by Komal, while Ramesh rules the second half.
The story revolves around a house that consists of father-mother and their son and three daughters. As one day the parents set out for pilgrimage to Tirupathi, their son and two daughters invite their lovers to their home. Meanwhile, their deaf mother-in-law and a man, who claims to be a relative of the family, come to there. What are the three secrets and how they are unraveled will form the rest of the story.
Komal"s mannerism and dialogue delivery impress the audiences. Ramesh has played a rural guy for the first time and his Mandya dialect rocks the viewers. Both of them have tried to tap out the real artist within them. Ashalatha"s performance as deaf mother-in-law poses a tough competition to them. Nancy, Madhu Hegde, Nandini, Sharan, Baby Shreya, Praveen, Shrinivasmurthy and Sudha Belawadi have also done justice to their respective roles.
Suma Shasthri"s background score and music for the lone song of the movie are also good. Dinesh Babu"s dialogues and camera works have got freshness in them. Narahalli Gnanesh"s editing is also ok.
Mooru Guttu, Ondu Sullu, Ondu Nija is a comedy-cum-sentimental movie, which can be watched by members a family sitting together comfortably. It should not be missed
Producer: Rajeev Kengeri
Director: Dinesh Babu
Cast: Ramesh, Komal, Ashalatha, Nancy, Madhu Hegde, Nandini, Sharan, Baby Shreya, Praveen, Shrinivasmurthy and Sudha Belawadi
Music: Suma Shashtri
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