Puksatte Lifu Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Aravind Kuplikar
- Mathangi Prasanna
- Music Composer:
- Story, screenplay, and direction are good
- The performance of the stars are impressive
- A few scenes are predictable
Puksatte Lifu is scripted and directed by Aravind Kuplikar. MS Ramesh co-wrote it. Sanchari Vijay, Mathangi Prasanna, Achyuth Kumar, and Rangayana Raghu are cast in the main roles. Sarvasva Productions bankrolled the project. Vasu Dixit composed the songs, and Poornachandra Tejaswi scored the background music. Advaitha Gurumurthy cranked the camera, and editing is by Suresh Arumugam.
Shah Jahan is a locksmith who leads his life honestly in Bidadi. He loves Sharada. In his peaceful life, a couple of police officers entered and bracketed him as a thief. The rest of the story forms how he manages to escape from them and why those two targeted him.
Sanchari Vijay had given a splendid performance. Sadly, we couldn’t see him anymore. As usual, Achyuth had given a neat performance. The rest of the stars impress the audience in their style.
Aravind Kuplikar makes his debut as a director with this film. It doesn’t seem to be his first movie. He has written the story well with Ramesh, and the screenplay is wonderful. There is no lagging in the script, and the scenes make us concentrate only on the screens. Kudos to Aravind’s efforts in story selection, screenplay making, and artist choice. All the stars fit well in the roles and impressed the audience. The BGM and cinematography are good.
What’s Not There?
Already people are missing Sanchari Vijay. His performance in this film made everyone miss him dearly. The movie deals with societal issues laced with comedy, and it is much impressive. Puksatte Lifu – watch-worthy!