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Every movie has a silver lining, well not every movie, but most do. Darshan's Ambareesha has the best punching dialogues written by the script writer Chintan. Darshan's mass hero image demands powerful dialogues and this is one aspect that the director has delivered perfectly.
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The movie has a tag line saying 'The Rebel'. Fitting to the tag line Darshan says, "Rebel annodu nanna nature nalli ide." Darshan's angry young man look combined with the punching statements has set the crowd frenzy.
However, the challenging star did not go unchallenged in the movie. Priyamani, who was cast opposite the actor for the first time, also had some great lines in the movie. The director had said that only an actress like Priyamani could have done the role that would lock horns with Darshan's character. In one of the scenes, the actress challenges Darshan by saying, "Ee smash jothe clash aadre, ash agogtira."
A mass movie has a very tried and tested formula of using cheesy lines and dialogues. Usually such punch dialogues are placed before a fight scene. This movie isn't any different. Right before the goons challenge Darshan for a fight, he says, "Neen kardre hathu jana, naan karidene ishtu jana, innu kardre idi Karnatakane barrute."
There are many more such catchy lines in the movie that will make fans of Darshan whistle and cheer loudly in the theatres. One more instance that made the crowd stand on their feet was when a goon claimed to have created a river of blood and Darshan replies, "Aa nadile eejadi beladavaru naavu."
If the director had given an equal importance to screenplay, probably Ambareesha would have been a complete entertainer.