It is only when mother says so and so is father the child believes. So it is an opinion. It is from the ages the senior citizens have been telling. But off late we have the DNA test to prove so and so is father. With such an opinion director Dinesh Baboo makes a quickie that is good in the second half and some romantic moments would have lifted the mood and front benchers would have lapped it up.
With three secrets, one truth and one false information director Dinesh Baboo shot the entire film in one house like how did ‘Mr Garagasa’. He has won in sketching the characters, screenplay narration is not boring but second half makes more interesting than the first half. The talented artists like Ramesh Aravind, Komalkumar add new dimension to the film.
In the huge house the parents leave for pilgrimage tour and one son Siddu and three daughters are advised not to do any mischief. Siddu and his two grown up sisters have planned something else but the little kid Baby Shreya has the habit of walking in the sleep (ala Lady Macbeth).
Siddu gets his girl friend and two of his sisters get the boy friends to the house and all of them do not know the new entries. All of them do not indulge in any romantic moments but once Appu (Ramesh Aravind) and Atthe (Ashalatha) enter the house a lot of funny and tense moment’s crops up. The three secretly living find it tough but Appu stands as guard of the house till the parents reach the house.
When the parents reach the house there is one major truth that opens up. What is that you have to watch it on screen!
Outstanding performance from Ramesh Aravind! Speaking the Mandya accent Kannada he steals the show. Komalkumar is as usual good. Nancy looks good. Ashalatha is a chatter box with loud voice. Srinivasamurthy and Sudha Belawadi are apt. Baby Shreya is superb.
There is only one song Ek Bar Madesha….Kan Bido Kallesha…scored by Suma Shastry is timely and with the situation it jell very well.
Dinesh Baboo is never a failure when it comes to cinematography. You can watch this film once!