11 Mar 2013

Simple-aag Ondh Love Story


Before I write about the movie, on saashTanga namskara to the entire team of “Simple-aag Ondh Love Story” - #SOLS


Sandalwood audiences are the most “weird” people ever. Most versatile too; chances are that when a couple watches a Kannada movie, one might rate it 5/5 and the other 0/5. They are extreme in their choices, who often complain that the only reason they are glued to television is bad movies. They are also the same people who will watch a good movie twice, thrice and give you “word of mouth” publicity, which is the best PR any movie can get.

While Prem is still coming in terms of in his “adda”, Bhatru writing lyrics like “kai asude basuda” for other movies, Nagathihalli thinking of his next tourism hotspot, Nagashekar working on his next molestation movie, Uppi scratching his head taking out his Topi and our Gadda Guruprasad finding an awesome glass to pour Director’s Special, here comes “Suni” in his debut venture. The best part of any debutant work is, we are viewing it for the first time and that person would have put every inch of creativity in his work. The movie is a winner mainly due to Suni, with catchy dialogues (which you can also watch with your mummy and daddy) and the narration (flashbacks and the actual story telling)
Director is very clever in releasing trailers; none of them tell you what the movie is about. He is also very clever telling the audience “picture abhi bhi baaki hai mere dost” during the climax. Kudos to the freshness in the script and the new star cast; I am in love with Rakshith Shetty’s voice, that voice is what drives the entire movie, not too fast, not too slow but in perfect pace.

The story is about Kushal (Rakshith Shetty) visiting Kodagu to fix an alliance of his sister (RJ Rachna of RadioCity 91.1) with her love and in turn settle with Brother-in-law’s sister (Dr Ithihasini) He meets the happy go lucky girl Khushi (Shwetha Srivatsav) in the house and is impressed. What happens when they meet is what you guys have to go figure.

Beautiful expressions, amazing body language and perfect dialogue delivery (you see very few girls can do the pyade dialogue delivery with ease and not look vulgar), Shwetha Srivatsav is born in the industry. I was a fan of BJ Bharath’s remixes earlier and he steals hearts with Baanali badalaago. Shot in Kodagu, you can expect the usual rain magic, but what you can also enjoy is Kaup Lighthouse of Mangalore, the most unexplored places of Karnataka.
Silly huDgi, Serious huDga, Sea nalli skipping maaDo aase huTTisida ruwaari, bega hogi “theater” nalli noDi, Simple-aag Ondh Love Story.


6 comments:

balu said...

Grt review for simple film

BA said...

Nice review on a great movie.. Hats off to the SOLS crew..

Murali Krishna said...

Very well written... Short & crisp...
I watched the movie too, loved it...

Just one small correction in your review though.. Rachna is on 91.1... 91.9 is Indigo.... i just lover her voice...

swati said...

Beautifully written :)

Raghavendra Raghu said...

I REALLY LOVED IT. VERY WELL DONE

Raghavendra Raghu said...

very nice movie, very well done

 
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