Mungaru Male 2, the sequel of Mungaru Male, is truly 'Preetham's Prem Kahaani.'
Cast: Ganesh, V Ravichandran, Neha Shetty,
Aindrita Ray, P Ravishankar, Sadhu Kokila
Preetham(Ganesh), is the only son of business tycoon Suryakanth(Ravichandran). There are no secrets between them.
An impulsive Preetham jumps into anything he finds 'exciting'.
And comes out of it, the minute he finds it boring.
On a completely unplanned train journey to Rajasthan, he meets
Nandini. Both find each other very exciting. And, they become so
called 'temporary boyfriend-girlfriend'. They enjoy as though there
is no tomorrow.
One fine morning, in the middle of a desert, Nandini disappears
and leaves no clue about her whereabouts.
Back home, Preetham tries to get back to his normal lifestyle,
but fails miserably. His dad makes him understand that Nandini is
his 'true love'. And Preetham sets out to find Nandini. From here
the story unfolds in a very interesting pattern & makes the
love story, so memorable.
Ganesh excels in portraying the 'new Preetham' so naturally. His expression, 'Ya! sure' becomes his trademark in this film as opposed to his earlier long dialogue style. The father & son relationship is portrayed so well. The duo's performance is heart touching in all the key emotional scenes.
Ravichandran looks like a real father with an emotional volcano
inside. Saadhu's comedy is mind blowing. Nandini, played by Neha
Shetty, is really promising.
Dialogues are just enough. Soothing songs by Arjun Janya are complimented by good camera work by Shekarchandra. The background score glues you to each scene.
Watch it without comparison & calculation, you will see many
fresh things. The film is a visual feast. Evidently, the first half
is vibrant & dry while the second half looks so cool but packed
with high energy sequences.
The love between the boy and girl, father and son & brother
and sister, is depicted in a very genuine style. However, if only
the length of the film was a bit short, it would have been more
Director Shashank makes a modern love story for today's youngsters. He gives enough proof for why it is called Mungaru Male 2. And he triumphs at the end by stating 'real love is never boring'.
This is a user review; the movie was not reviewed by a FilmiBeat staff.