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Janardhan a 28 year old Kannada Lecturer from Mangalore who is quite an introvert comes to know from an astrologer that he would attain sanyasa (embrace asceticism) if he doesn't get ... See full summary »
Maya and Adya, a mother-daughter duo, live a happy existence in a coastal Karnataka town, running their beach cafe. Though, this idyllic life is disrupted when both police and some ... See full summary »
The movie is a compilation of short stories blended together to make a beautiful classic cinema about the societal problems faced by women in villages. The story is set in a small village somewhere near Kundapura. Ammachi is a happy-go-lucky girl and the story revolves around her friends and family. The language used throughout the movie is pure Kunda Kannada, with a lot of slangs, which can be a bit difficult to understand but the english subtitles will help. The story unfolds at its own pace with a beautiful narrative and some intense moments. But this makes the screenplay slower and makes this movie more of an art form. The cinematography is of the finest quality whether it is the Tulasi Pooje celebration or the Thottilu Shaastra ritual, every scene is beautifully captured, along with splendid performances by all the actors. Overall this movie is for those people who like to savour each moment in a slow manner with a lot of patience, almost like watching a play.
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