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Kannada film director Dwaraki is really going places. The director who made two Kannada films Gunna and Shambu to achieve little success seems to have struck a good patch in his first Tamil release Iruvar Mattum. There are just two characters in this film, Iruvar Mattum, earlier titled By 2.
By 2 was supposed to made in fourteen languages and the whole project was conceived by Kannadigas including its producer Jagadish who is from Bangalore and who does his business in Tamil Nadu. He had connections with the Tamil film industry also. The reviews of the film Iruvar Mattum which was released on 7th December is certainly a pat in the back of Dwarki who also wrote scripts to many Kannada films including "Bhagwan' featuring Darshan and Sai Kumar.
The reviews have been uniformly in appreciation of the efforts of Dwarki who has managed to make the film with only two characters. The film's hero is Srinagara Kitty, who has acted in many Kannada films in different type of roles including in the film "Giri' where he was featured as the hero of the film. It's to Dwaraki's credit that he has managed to make it fairly interesting with a plot that is unusual and a narration that manages to hold one's attention for the most part.
Sunita Verma, the heroine of the film was seen in Kannada film Ashoka where she was teamed up with Shivaraj Kumar. Though the girl hails from Andhra Pradesh, she got a big break only in the Kannada films. Dwaraki should thank his technical team for delivering a great support in his endeavour. P.K.H. Doss who has an impressive track record in the Kannada films has shot the film in some exotic and lush locations which has been of very high quality. The story happening in a forest area with a waterfall and a stream as the backdrop. It's not just the idyllic beauty of the location that P K H Das's camera catches, but also the unique camera angles that he has used that makes the frames a visual treat.