ORE AST REW
- Gururaj Kulkarni Nadagoud
- The performance of the stars
- The script and screenplay are impressive
- A few minor flaws
Vasu is married to Sapna, a Bengali girl. They were enjoying their married life in the initial period, and due to many misunderstandings, they decided to go for a divorce. Soon, they get into trouble and are seen amidst a murder mystery. To get out of the challenging situation, they fight together. Did they understand life? Did they still want to get a divorce? Who was murdered, and why are they involved in this issue? The rest of the film deals with it.
Tarak Ponnappa and Urvashi HV performed naturally, and they have good on-screen chemistry. Balaji Manohar has done an impressive job. The rest of the stars had also played well in the assigned roles.
The script is different, and the screenplay is decent; the director neither made it slow nor too fast. The artists are well-chosen, and they fit well in the characters. The lead couple’s names Vasu and Sapna, remind us of the old Hindi film directed by K Balachander, Ek Duuje Ke Liye. Their characters are designed well. The director also showcases the small emotional fights, misunderstandings, family life, and affection. The dialogues are okayish. The visuals and the BGM are good.
What’s Not There?
It is a decent thriller with a couple that is heading towards divorce. Will the couple divorce or not is the expectation of the audience. The director made the audience glued to the seats till the end. Amruth Apartments – watchable!