Preethse Preethse is a triangular love-story. The film seems to be a good chill entertainer for the summer. It is an inspiration for lovers, especially to express the love, inspire and finally care for her. But the movie has a predictable storyline.
Director Madesha has chosen an unconvincing story and ordinary script for Preethse Preethse. His characterisation of lead roles is also very weak. These characters make the story predictable half way through the film. Yogish, who has played a rich guy, has tried to be different in this movie, but he has failed to impress the audience.
Akash (Yogish), a rich man, falls in love with Aishwarya (Udayatara), but fails to express it to her. On the other side, Bipasha (Pragnya) likes him, but soon she learns his likeness for Aishwarya. Akash saves her father from an accident. Aiwharya starts wooing Akash, but he stops responding her after knowing about her engagement. How these lovers will reunion will form the story of the movie.
Yogish has failed to do justice to his role in Preethse Preethse. The movie is a clear witness for his inability to play a complex role. He seems to be inexperienced to take up the challenge in the movie. It is also clear that the director Madesha has failed to handle actress Udayatara in a proper way in the movie. Pragna has a small role and she has been used as glam doll.
Rangayana Raghu, MS Umesh and Mohan have dealt with their same old comedy, which seems to be outdated and silly. PN Sathya, who plays the villain, brings in more laughs than fear in the theatre. Veterans Jai Jagadish, Ramesh Bhat and Sangeetha have done justice to their respective roles.
Anoop Sileen has delivered good music in the movie. Two songs have been shot in Bangkok. Preethse Preethse, Loose Maada and Urige Baare will rock the audience.
Cast: Yogish, Udayatara, Pragnya, Jai Jagadish,
Sangeeta, Ramesh Bhat Rangayana Raghu, MS Umesh, Mohan and PN
Music: Anoop Seelin