A psychological thriller which depicts the fact that "Today is a gift - that's why it's called Present" in an unusual way. It is about a man called Neenu, who lives in the present. The film...
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When a love story goes awry, two young lovers are forced to take to the road with the police hot on their heels. They escape across Karnataka in a roller-coaster ride that is at once enthralling, exasperating and nail-biting.
A psychological thriller which depicts the fact that "Today is a gift - that's why it's called Present" in an unusual way. It is about a man called Neenu, who lives in the present. The film takes the audience through a journey of his life by detailing why Neenu lives in the present, by exploring his past and his future - both as seen by different people in Neenu's life. The film also highlights that happiness can be attained by means other than wealth.Written by
This is one of the rarest of the rare movies that, in typical Uppi style simply defies any review. The only way to review this would be to watch it yourself. There are only two types of people - those who love Uppi movies and those who don't understand Uppi movies. This guy is like a genetically engineered hybrid of Nolan, Tarantino and Hitchcock.
This movie requires at least 2-3 viewings to even sink in. The climax simply leaves you shell-shocked and if you see the faces of those coming out of the theater, it will be like they saw a ghost or something. While successful movies from all languages are remade in other languages, I've always wondered why Upendra's movies are never remade, but only dubbed. The answer is simple. It is impossible to remake Upendra's content. I don't think there is any director or actor in the world or at least India who has either the guts or the capacity to remake Upendra's movies.
And it is to Kannada film industry's eternal credit that talents like Upendra or Rakshit Shetty, Anup Bhandari or even Puttanna Kanagal and Shankar Nag can emerge without any godfathers or famous, well connected fathers!
Take a bow Uppi! Take a bow Sandalwood!
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