Dilwala, which is mainly a youthful entertainer, deals with the story of college going students. The plot mainly revolves around Prem (Sumanth Shailendra), who will be the son of a local don. He falls in love with Preethi (Radhika Pandit), who is based out of a village called Mallige. Like all love stories they both become friends and later their friendship blossoms into love.
Prem's dad, who is a don wishes his son to grow in a good environment, without any influence of the underworld. As every other middle class family girl, Preethi expects her boyfriend to have a good family background. Prem, who is scared of loosing Preethi does not reveal his family details.
Will Preethi come to know about Prem's family background? Will Prem be another don like his dad, or his dad will gives up rowdyism for his son? This makes the crux of Dilwala.
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Radhika Pandit sounds dull for the first time. She was far better in Adhuri with debutant Dhruva Sarja. Her huge ear-rings is the main attraction for the audience.
Sharath Lohitashwa rocks as a Mafia Don (like what we saw in Aa Dinagalu). Jai Jagadeesh has done a good job as a common man, who hails from a rural background.
Ravishankar, who will be the rival for Sharath Lohitashwa is hilarious in the second half of the movie. His part is the one that you should not miss. Sadhu Kokilla as usual rocks.
Arjun Janya, who is a happening music director in Sandalwood has given very good music. The track 'Yethakond Hoitairode' is rocking to the core.
Shailendra Babu has spent a lot on the sets and the richness is evident on the screen. This is the only highlight of the screenplay.
Anil should get back to do a mass entertainer like Shakthi. People have requested Anil to watch Premaloka and then compare his Dilwala.
Slow pace in the first half. Don't expect too much and if you are a Radhika Pandit's fan, better forget it.