The loaded vehicle with very good passengers and nice road to travel suddenly takes a deviation and topples completely with major accident! That is what ‘Manasaare’ all about. The first half talkative with Diganth taking over the job of chatter box of Yogaraj Bhat earlier two films ‘Mungaru Male’ and ‘Galipata’ – Ganesh is so casual and careless in his approach and attitude throughout.
The role of Diganth – Manohar in the film is once again good for nothing like Bhat’s earlier film hero. What is the story you should not ask. What is the screenplay is only you have to ask. The screenplay makes a deep dive from the mountain without any trace in the second half.
Bhat once again bank on the dialogues and most of them are not logical and irresponsible. In a nut shell the hero falling prey to the beautiful hair of Devaki elopes with her from the mental asylum but does not make something volatile. He comes back by walk after the vehicle is fuel less. There is a minor unearthing of hospital mismanagement and nothing else to boast.
Bhat has not hyped this film OK. But the hype and expectation automatically builds up is also what he knows. With that expectation you go to the cinema you tend to go imbalance.
Diganth is a mismatch. He has become Salman Khan here and there by tearing off his shirt. He has miles to go. Aindrita Ray is good only in songs and she is like Dasara Bombe! Raju Thalikote is already famous in Uttar Kannada for his dialogues and for this part of the audience the dialogues are new.
Mono Murthy gives the same medicine of his earlier films. Jayanth Kaikini writes the same Male song. Apparently there is no trace of rain in this film of Yogaraj Bhat. Satya Hegde in the camera is the best.
‘Huch vaasi madlikke agorella Huchaspatreli Iddare’ – ‘Huch Vaasi Agadhe irorella Aache iddare! This is objectionable. This might come from a patient but he does not appear to be patient in his thoughts.
Producer – Rockline Venkatesh, Story, screenplay, Direction – Yogaraj Bhat, Music – Mano Murthy, Cinematography – Satya Hegde, Cast – Diganth, Aindrita Ray, Raju Thalikote, Pavankumar, Ashok Rao, Balaji, Achyuth Kumar and others.