Swartharathna

Evening Today - - CINEMA -

AMan Who Thinks Of Noth­ing But Him­self. He Falls In Love With A Girl And That Girl Goes Miss­ing. This Tale Promised To Be Yet An­other Comic En­ter­tainer, With A Quirky Hero As Its Face

Per­for­mance Wise, The Film To­tally Be­longs To Adarsh, Who Gives A Fine Per­for­mance For His De­but. The Other Ac­tors In­clud­ing Sadhu Kok­ila Does Full Justie To Their Re­spec­tive Parts.

The Story Is Rather Rou­tine If One Were To Look At It, Where The Hero Turns From A Self­ish Brat To An Ideal Per­son, Much Like The Mean­ing Of His Name. The Comic Tracks And Sup­ple­men­tary Story Lines Make The Film A Te­dious Tale To En­dure By The End Of It. This Is Where The Film Fails To Make An Im­pres­sion, De­spite Be­gin­ning On A Good Note. The Film Has Its Share Of Silly Jokes And Tags For Those That En­joy The Fare. But The Mes­sage That The Mak­ers Want To Con­vey Seems To Be Lost In The Long-Wind­ing Nar­ra­tion.

Au­di­ence rat­ings ***** (5/5) stars

Ash­win Ko­dange Di­rec­tor

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