When a specialist in dialogue writing collaborates with the king of dialogue delivery, then the result would be nothing less than a smashing success. Golden Star Ganesh and Simple Suni's much-anticipated Chamak has hit the screens today. A small teaser had raised the bars of expectations of the movie and had assured loads of fun and entertaining elements throughout the movie. Let's check out if the Chamak falls under the said category.
Actors: Ganesh, Rashmika Mandanna, Sadhu Kokila, Girish Shivanna, Raghuram, Akshay Nayak, Dheeraj Shetty
Music: Judah Sandhy
Producer: TR Chandrashekar
Banner: Crystal Park Cinemas
Cinematography: Santhosh Rai Pathaje
Directed By: Suni
Khush, a gynaecologist, gets into a wedlock with Khushi, a student. They appear to be a discreet couple when they are with each other. However, their originality narrates a different story, which will be hidden within themselves. Khush's characterisation is sketched with a what goes around comes around concept while Khushi is seen as a calm, innocent and pure soul and she begins to transform as the movie transpires. Hidden emotions of both Khush and Khushi unleashing forms the crux of the story.
Upside & Downside
Rich production values
Excellent background music
Cinematography at parts
When the movie features Golden Star Ganesh in the lead, entertainment will be guaranteed to the audience in abundance. He is a bundle of talent who scores big time with his expressions, timing, dialogue delivery and emotional quotient. Rashmika Mandanna is cute and is an apt fit to the role. Both Ganesh and Rashmika have complimented each other on-screen, making it a pleasant watch for the audience. The rest of the cast have filled their respective spaces adequately.
Suni has steered the ship with a superlative script and great commitment. His dialogues are catchy and so are his directional skills. One gets a feeling that the young director could have been a bit more focused though.
Judah Sandhy's songs are pleasant and his background music is one main assets of the movie.
Cinematography is not quite commendable to Santhosh Rai Pathaje's calibre and editing, too, fails to garner audience's appreciation.
Chamak is a fun-filled, joyous and humorous movie, which is laced with good amount of family drama and ample emotions in the second half. The movie targets the youth and the family audience, and both are not left disappointed. Go watch the movie this weekend.