Another star son is born and that is Jaggesh son Gururaj the first son! Gururaj in his debut has shown the right temperament. Although Navarasas are not there he is ‘Banda’ to become ‘Ganda’, ‘Tharle Nan Maga’ in his attitudes in the film and over all he is ‘Super Nan Maga’. These are the three film names of Gururaj father Jaggesh. Sans ‘Make Up’ Gururaj is right to the rugged role. A freeloader in the film opting for a beautiful girl! This is the story of innumerable films in Indian cinema but how strongly it is carried out is very important.
Ugiskondu, chappalili hodiskondu, baisikondu Guru alias Gilli is strong in his thought to marry Anitha (Rakul Preeth Singh). He does everything for Anitha. Finally Anitha does not say no. She even invites him to share the bed before marriage but Guru the good manners guy says that is not possible. So what happens after all upheavals in life? Guru is forced to remain alone by the destiny.
Gururaj fits to the T for this kind of film. He has the good physique and finds it easy going. He never leaves an impression that he is acting. For the debut this is sufficient. Yethiraj in comic role is OK. Rakul Preeth Singh has that ‘Cho Chweet’ looks. She has a good future. Srinivasamurthy in anger and emotion has given right treatment to his role.
There are two lovely songs scored by Yuvan Shanker Raja – Kanasu Kano Kalagalu….and a song for the hero is good. S Krishna has given good feel for the film from natural light, rain and interior spots are pleasant.
You can take a look at this film. Raghav Loki look at the audience point of view and cut 40 minutes after interval!
Producers – Jayanna, Anaji Nagaraj and Vijay Kiran, Producer – Raghav Loki, Music – Yuvan Shanker Raja, cinematography – S Krishna, Cast – Gururaj, Yethiraj, Rakul Preeth Singh, Srinivasamurthy, Sudha Belawadi, Siddaraj Kalyankar, Rupika and others.