“ Amar Click to look into! >> Read More... ” is the debut film of Abhishek Ambareesh The South has been famous for throwing up actor po >> Read More... , the son of late “Ambareesh” and “ Sumalatha She was born on 27 August 1963 in the city of Chen >> Read More... .” Amar is directed by Nagshekar. The film has Tanya Hope Tanya Hope is an Indian film actress, popular amon >> Read More... as the female lead. “ Devaraj Devaraj is a Kannada actor who works in theatre an >> Read More... ,” “Sudharani,” “ Chikkanna Chikkanna was born in Ballahalli district of Mysur >> Read More... ” and Sadhu Kokila Sadhu Kokila is a Kannada actor who primarily work >> Read More... are in the supporting cast. Darshan Thoogudeep and Rachita Ram Rachita ram is a Kannada film and TV actress who m >> Read More... play the guest roles for songs. Sathya Hegde cranked the camera. Arjun Janya Arjun Janya is an Indian singer and music composer >> Read More... composed the music. Srikanth Gowda Srikanth Gowda is an Indian Editor who predominant >> Read More... is the editor. Sandesh Nagaraj Sandesh Nagaraj is a well-known personality from S >> Read More... produced the film.
Amar meets Bobby in one of his bike travel and falls for her. But, Bobby couldn’t accept Amar, as she needed some time to judge him. Later, she takes his proposal. They started living their romantic season without knowing that it will end shortly. Both of them get separated. After a few years, Amar has become an industrialist. He was shocked to see a video where he spotted Bobby as a nun in Switzerland. At once, he started his journey to find her out. Why did she become a nun? Did Amar meet her? Watch it in theaters!
Abhishek has done a good job and this is a decent debut for the star. Tanya Hope did an excellent job too.
This is a decent romantic story that not only looks good on paper but on the screens too. Nagshekar had presented the film interestingly. But, the length should have been trimmed. The music and the cinematography are the biggest plus points in the film. The visuals are excellent and the cinematographer takes us to beautiful Switzerland without any passport and visa.
What’s Not There?
If the director had shortened the screenplay with a quick narration, the film would have been better. However, it is a good film for a debutant!