Dyaavre has many talented artists in it. The movie is the on-screen debut of Yogaraj Bhat, and is also a comeback for South lass Sonu Gowda. The actress is seen on silver screen after three years. Sathish Neenasam and Shruti Hariharan, who were the successful pair in critically acclaimed movie Lucia, has been seen in the significant role in the movie. It is also filled with many number of junior artists.
The movie starts with Yogaraj Bhat's narration to the title, Dyaavre. The journalist (Sonu Gowda), who decides to make a special documentary on the criminals, visits Pampapura Jail. Bhimsen (Yogaraj Bhat), who plays the role of a Jailer (Jail Superintendent), will be having a good rapport with the prisoners. He will also be very affectionate towards the prisoners, and will be treating them as human beings, by forgetting their crimes.
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Movie Shot In The Backdrop Of Jail
The movie is shot in the backdrop of the jail, which is very
old. The Jail will get vanished if the town gets a heavy
Prisoners Waiting For The Rain
Many prisoners will be waiting for the rain, so that the walls
of the jail get collapsed and they can easily escape.
Movie Focuses On Different Problems
Dyaavre conveys that prison is the last place for the
criminals. They will not find happiness anywhere else.
Four Main Characters
Dyaavre mainly focuses on five main characters - a
tribal man, a thief, an upcoming politician, a rural guy and an old
man, who will be imprisoned for 30 years.
Showcases Dirty Politics
Dyaavre also talks about dirty politics. It has a
politician, who makes an actress to marry a prisoner.
All the characters in the movie have done an excellent job.
Their performance should be watched on silver screen.
Yogaraj Bhat has done a good job as a jailer. Though he seems to
have taken his role for granted in the second half of the movie,
his acting is flawless.
A perfect comeback for Sonu Gowda. Her role as journalist, few
love scenes with Yogaraj Bhat is watchable.
He has got into the skin of the character. He plays the role of
tribal man, who also conveys that people will be happy if they are
away from the society.
Music is heart touching. It also plays the dominant role with
the story in conveying the message. Track 'Neralu helida mathu' is
Dyaavre is a nice attempt from the debutant Gadda Viji.
He will be a promising director in Sandalwood in the upcoming
Slow pace in the second half is the only drawback in the movie.
Story and the screenplay keep you busy. It is a must watch movie
for the entertainment and art movie lovers.