Love U Alia Movie Review
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- Indrajit Lankesh
Nowadays getting to know the pulse of the audience is a herculean task for the director. He /she should be really expert in the nuances of film making to achieve this. Love U Alia is one Kannada movie which should he appreciated for delving on the impact of marriage on children.
Love is a universal concept and it is the major theme of most of the Indian films. Being such the situation, Love U Alia is a movie which focuses on relationships to a great extent. Romance, when woven with emotions, has lots to tell. And this film does exactly that.
Plot: An air hostess becomes the muse of Chandan, who is a marriage consultant. As successful as he was in wooing her, he eventually learns that she does not believe in the institution of marriage; in fact, her parents’ marriage didn’t work out. And what Chandan does at this juncture? Does he gain the love of his sweetheart again? Or does he take any other decision?
Chandan does a convincing job as the guy who wants to re-unite the parents of his lady love. He steals the show even though experienced actors like Bhumika and Ravichandran are there in the film. He even dresses himself as a nurse, much to the joy of his fans. Sangeetha Chauhan has lot of scope to express her talent. Her character has provided the required romantic touch to the film. The other casts include Sudharani, Sadhu Kokila, Ravishankar, Srujan Lokesh, Sunny Leone amongst others.
Indrajit Lankesh is the director of the film and he is reputed for dealing with contemporary issues. Given the subject of pondering over broken marriage, he can very well gain the attention of the audience. The subject of the impact of divorce on the children is hardly touched, and in this regard Indrajit had come up with a very sensitive theme. He should be appreciated just for taking this theme.
The songs are a treat to the eyes and cinematography is the greatest strength of the movie. The budget of the film is spent lavishly. The item song of Sunny Leone is added as an oomph factor and the humour of Sadhu Kokila is good. Prashanth Siddi and Bullet Prakash also support comedy. The music of Jessie is commendable and Kaviraj’s lyrics add the required gloss. The candid conversation of Sudeep in the film is quite genuine.
Verdict: Tolerance in love has universal appeal. The director should be appreciated for dealing with this.