By Two Love is scripted and directed by Hari Santosh Hari Santosh, a.k.a. Santhu, is a renowned Indian >> Read More... . Dhanveer Gowda DhanveerG;owda, also known as Dhanveerah, is an In >> Read More... and Sree Leela Sree Leela is an Indian movie actress who has work >> Read More... played the lead roles. Sadhu Kokila Sadhu Kokila is a Kannada actor who primarily work >> Read More... , Pavithra Lokesh Pavithra Lokesh is a popular South Indian Actress >> Read More... , "," Rangayana Raghu Rangayana Raghu was born on 30th November, 1963. H >> Read More... , Tabla Nani He is a very famous Indian actor. Tabla Nani is wo >> Read More... , and Achyuth Kumar Achyuth Kumar was born in Bangalore. He has acted >> Read More... are cast in prominent roles. "B Ajaneesh Loknath" composed the music. Mahendra Simha cranked the camera. edited the film. Nisha Venkat produced the movie.
Balu and Leela meet in Bangalore. As they wanted a life as per their wish, they left their homes and headed to the Capital City. They work in the same company and find that they have similar characters. They were initially friends; soon, they got deeply attracted and decided to start a live-in lifestyle with a child. Could they continue their relationship? Will society accept it? The rest of the story deals with it.
Leela is very much impressive with her role. She plays so naturally and steals the show. Dhanveer did his part well. The rest of the cast fit well in the given roles.
The director penned a different story and picked up a couple of talented youth to play the lead pair. While we enjoy the stars' performances with some funny dialogues in between, we couldn't fail to notice the logic has gone missing at some places. Although the director wanted to speak about marriage and culture, it should have been dealt with softly. The climax seems to be very preachy. The cinematography and music are pretty decent.
What's Not There?
The film is an excellent attempt to prove some societal changes are not suitable for a healthy culture. However, if they had avoided the preachy items in the climax, it would have been better!