Duration – 120 minutes, Category – Love Story, Rating – 4/5
Title – GIRMIT, Producer – NS Rajakumar, Direction – Ravi Basrur, Music – Ravi Basrur, Cinematography – Sachin Suvarna, Cast – all child actors Ashlesha Raj, Baby Shlagha Saligrama, Shravya Maravanthe, Nagaraj Japthi, Tanisha Kone, Aradhya Shetty, Aditya Kundapura, Sinchana Koteshwara, Pavithra, H, Jayendra Vakvaadi, Manish Shetty, Sarthak Shenoy, Mahendra, Sahana Basrur, Pawan Basrur and others.
This is a right film for this year November 14 Children Day. A film with full of child actors made by elders is first highpoint and secondly the booster dose for children roles has come from topnotch actors dubbing voice for the characters played by children.
Rocking Star Yash, Radhika Pandit, Sadhu Kokila (voice as commentary), Rangayana Raghu, Thara, Achyuth Kumar, Sudha Belawadi, Girija Lokesh, Jahangir, Ugram Manju and a few others dubbing for child actors in the regular social drama film is a good attempt.
On the story line it is much above the ages of children in activity – the things like driving motorbike, cars etc could have been avoided as the 300 children utilized for this film are less than 12 years of age.
As a matter of fact what the elders should have done, the children have done and this is not a child play.
The buildup dialogues what is seen for Yash has come for the child actor Ashlesh Raj and the fitting reply for female counter part child actor Shlagha Saligrama coming from Radhika Pandit plus a few others are entertaining because all children have done extremely good in their roles.
Raja and Rashmi (Ashlesh Raj and Shlagha Saligrama) are in love in the typical market place. The family of Raja is looking for a girl who knows English to cope up with broken English speaking mother. On the other hand the major trouble in Rashmi house is that she has two elder sisters for marriage. Unless they get right match, the route is not clear for Rashmi.
There is one opponent gang waiting for revenge on this Rashmi family. Rest is how Raja finds two matches for Rashmi sisters Rekha and Roopa.
It is children making good noise at all places. The grandmother character of Raja in the house, his mother with Thara dubbing, Achyuth Kumar voice for father plus Rashmi father with Rangayana Raghu dubbing and mother with Sudha Belawadi voice steal the show.
All in short height but there is no short falls in this entertainer. One of the songs sung by Puneeth Rajakumar that list out 30 districts of Karnataka, the duet song Andave Andave….are well composed and it is a treat to watch from children performance.
Sachin Suvarana cinematography is also on top gear. See this film what children can do – it is somewhat better than the regular performers.
Enjoy with your family.