By: By Moviebuzz
Critic's Rating: 3/5
Monday 28 September 2009
Diganth, Aindrita Ray, Raju Thalikote, Pavankumar, Ashok Rao
The intimacy and absorbing elements in Yograj Bhat?s previous hit film Mungaru Male is missing in Manasaare. The first half is impressive because of dialogues but peters down with weak screenplay and slow pace in the second half. It is so gloomy because producer Rockline Venkatesh and Yogaraj Bhat combination expected to give wonderful results.
Wasting time cajoling others, Manohar (Diganth) is a burden to the family as he gets into many misadventures. By mistake on a dark night, he is picked up from the roadside to the mental institution Kamanabillu. His attempts to convince the doctors that he is alright go in vain. In Kamanabillu hospital, he finds Devaki (Aindrita Ray) and refuses to leave the hospital as he falls in love with her who is being treated for dementia. Manohar hatches a plot in the hospital to runaway with Devaki. He succeeds in his mission but what transpires later is something in the regular format.
The rest of the film is escapades coming back to Kamanabillu and being certified normal. The protagonist in the film Diganth is not able to carry and his mannerisms are very poor. Aindritha Ray is a treat to watch in the song portions and from flicker of her eyes she looks delectable. Only one song Ello Maleyagidhe Indhu?. sung by Sonu Nigam is good. Mano Murthy magic in ?Mungaru Male? is also missing. Satya Hegde camera work is precise.
Verdict ? Average
Time pass comedy entertainer
Average comedy entertainer
Decent rural family entertainer
Soubin Shahir and Mamta Mohandas shine in this conventional film