Muddu Manase has hit the theatres today, August 28th as a gift for Varamahalakshmi festival. Directed by debut director Ananth Shine, the movie stars actress Aishwarya Nag and debutants Nithya Ram and Arun Gowda as lead roles. Read the review below...
Director: Ananth Shine
Producers: Jeevan Shetty, Ramesh And Suresh
Muddu Manase Story:
Muddu Manase is a cute romantic love story between
three lead roles Arun Gowda(Suresha), Nithya Ram(Poorvi) and
Aishwarya Nag(Mouna). The movie opens up with an action sequence
and hero Arun Gowda makes a grand entry. After the brief
introduction of the characters, story takes back the audience to a
Suresha is a innocent vegetable vendor living with his mom in a
village. Suresha' s innocence makes Poorvi to fall in love with
him. But, Poorvi's father opposes it. Twist in the tale is the
death of Suresha's mother. After loosing mother and love, Suresha's
heads to the city and leads a life with his
Suresha transformes as Suri after coming to city and
Mouna(Aishwarya Nag) falls in love for his style and nature. Will
Suresha forgets Poorvi and accepts Mouna's love? To know this,
watch the movie in the theatres.
Arun Gowda has given an brilliant acting as both innocent
village guy and rough modern guy. His looks and screen presence is
pretty impressive throughout the movie. Though both the actress
Nithya Ram and Aishwarya Nag play lead roles in the movie,
Aishwarya Nag shares more screen space.
Arun Gowda and Padmini Prakash's duo as mother-son is
appreciable. Supporting characters Achyuth Kumar, Padmaja Rao and
other newbies have done a best job in wrapping up the
First half is engaging, while second half moves in a slow phase.
In order to bring out a romantic entertainer, Director Ananth Shine
has forgotten about comedy aspects about the movie and it is a
major draw back. Good cinematography by newbie Madhav
Muddu Manase is a declared musical hit, even before its
release. Newbie Vineeth Raj has composed the music to the movie
which is one of the important commercial factor of the movie to win
at the theatres. 6 songs written by leading directors of KFI are
just not soothening but a feast to watch out too.
Overall Muddu Manase marks as a decent debut of director Ananth Shine and actors Arun Gowda-Nithya Ram. Watch Muddu Manase this festival season to appreciate the feeling of love.