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Manganakaili Manikya Review

Written by: Prakash Upadhyaya

Ramesh Aravind has chosen comedy projects over other in the recent years and he has tasted success too. Now, the actor is back with yet another film in the same genre in the form of Manganakaili Manikya. Let us see what the movie has to offer...

More than story lines, it is the well-written scenes that make comedy films hit. Hilarious one-liners have become the flavour of the season. New-age audience enjoy dialogues more than the scenes. The latest movie, Manganakaili Manikya too banks on one-liners.

From the opening scenes to the last, director Rajendra Karanth's dialogues keep you entertaining. Before the opening credits are shown, we are told about head-weight director played Rajendra Karanth walking out of a project titled Katriguppe produced by leading filmmaker Prabhu (Rangayana Raghu).

It becomes a prestige issue for the producer and he challenges the director saying that he would make the movie with a different director and taste success. As Prabhu searches for the right man to helm the project, Bhasmasura aka Manohara (Ramesh Aravind) comes to the picture, but the producer is not willing to hand over the film as the director has a history of not completing a single project.

Manohara's all the films were halted midway. However, with the intervention of Suprita (Harshika Poonachha), the ex-girlfriend of Manohara and the would be daughter-in-law of the producer, the hero gets the project to direct. But as the film starts, he temporarily loses his sight. What happens next is the interesting part of the story. Continue reading the review on the slideshow...

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