Kode Muruga Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Ashok Shirali
- K Ravikumar
- Rudramuni Belagere
- Ravichandran C
- Subramanya Prasada
- Pallavi Gowda
- Music Composer:
- Comedy portions work out
- Only a few known artists for a few scenes
Kode Muruga is a comedy-drama directed by Subramanya Prasada and produced by K Ravikumar and Ashok Shirali. The music composition is by MS Thyagaraja. Rudramuni Belagere cranked the camera and editing is by “Ravichandran C.” The film has the star cast of Muni Krishna, Subramanya Prasada, “Yogesh,” Pallavi Gowda, Kuri Prathap and HG Dattatreya.
Kode Muruga is a crorepati who wants to become an actor. Subramanya Prasada longs to enter the cinema industry, but he couldn’t find the right source. At that time, he meets Kode Muruga, the dark-skinned person who is ready to spend to enter the film industry as the hero. How they make a film forms the rest of the story.
The stars fit well in the given roles.
The director wants to project the other side of the film industry and hence initiated this project. How an aspiring director finds it hard to step into the film industry is funnily shown. Although the film has a few known artists, the director manages to make the audience engaged. The comedy scenes work out to an extent. Although the director wanted to speak about the industry's flip side, he hadn’t completely blamed the industry and tried to bring some justice to the plot, which he had chosen. In the end, we can see some preachy things rolling over the film. The cinematography and the music are okayish.
What’s Not There?
The film speaks about the experience of an aspiring director. If you don’t have any biggie movies to watch for this weekend, you can try this and you will not be disappointed!