Kannadiga Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- NS Rajkumar
- Music Composer:
- The performance of the stars is good
- The story, screenplay, and execution are neat
- Certain scenes are cinematic
Kannadiga is scripted and directed by "Giriraj." V Ravichandran, Pavana, Balaji Manohar, Chi Guru Dutt and Achyuth Kumar are cast in important roles. NS Rajkumar produced the film. Ravi Basrur composed the music.
Samanthabhadra, the legendary writer, wanted to spread Kannada everywhere. He makes efforts to fulfill his goal of preserving the language. After some generations, Gunabhadra takes over the ambition of his ancestors. He wanted to build temples and universities to protect and spread the language globally. He is informed that German Ferdinand Kittel purchased his ancestral land. Kittel had also done some analysis about Kannada and loved the language. So, Gunabhadra joined hands with Kittel and started researching the language. During their research, Gunabhadra faces serious issues in his personal life that spoils his peace. What happens next? What efforts did he make to keep the language alive? The rest of the story deals with it.
Ravichandran has done an excellent job and impresses the audience with his expressions. The rest of the cast has done justice to the given roles.
This is a new role for Ravichandran, and he proved that he is the right choice. He fits well in character. Giriraj, who makes movies based on society, has a good subject. This subject needs a lot of groundwork, and to an extent, the team has done it successfully. Although some scenes are dramatic, they give Goosebumps to the viewers. The BGM and visuals are good. The editing is decent.
What’s Not There?
With some good performances, neat screenplay, and execution, Kannadiga impresses the audience. If you love historical movies with your language as the base, you will love this film!