The movie Ravana is a triangular love story. The first half of the movie Ravana is quite dragging and bores the audiences. But the second half has got necessary twists and turns to create interest among the audiences. The climax could have been even more interesting if the editor had given little more work to his scissor.
Vinod (Yogish) is an orphan, intelligent and introvert guy and he studies engineering. He falls in love with his classmate Divya (Sanchita Padukone). To convince his love, he goes to help her. Meanwhile, she falls in love with her boyfriend Aadi (Santosh). Vinod's fate takes its toll on him and he is charged with murder and is branded psychopath. What happens next will form the climax.
Yogish has given wonderful performance, but he seems to have struggled to do justice to his role. Sanchita Padukone"s character is a tailor-made role. She makes magic through her eyes and steals the show in her debut film. Even Santosh, Shrinivas Murthy and Ninasam Ashwath have done justice to their respective roles.
Abhiman Roy"s music is another highlight of the movie. He has scored a few melodious numbers and the songs like 'Tappanguchi…." and 'Chakli and Nippattus… impress the audiences. R Giri"s camera work has also helped to make the movie more interesting.
Producer: Uday K Mehta
Director: Yogish Hunasur
Actors: Yogish, Sanchita Padukone, Santosh, Shrinivas Murthy and Ninasam Ashwath
Music: Anhiman Roy
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