ldquo Gaanchali rdquo is scripted and directed by KN Ashok The film has the star cast of Adarsh Gowda Ajay Mitra Akhila Prakash Sharath Lohitashwa Vardh

Gaanchali Movie Review

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By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Gaanchali"
Runtime: 1 Hour 48 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 30-11-2018
Genre: Drama
1.5 / 5.0



Gaanchali” is scripted and directed by KN Ashok. The film has the star cast of Adarsh Gowda, Ajay, Mitra, Akhila Prakash, Sharath Lohitashwa, Vardhan Thirthahalli, Raju Talikote and Saurav Lokesh. Chandan Shetty composes the music. Besides directing the film, Ashok produced it too.


The hi-tech Bangalore also has slum areas and Chikka, Gandhi and Jatka, the close friends belong to one of the slum areas. These young guys are living a jolly life with no burden on them. The three of them were in love, but it didn’t have anything positive. However, the guys didn’t stick with any love failure but enjoy their lives. A red card came in to stop their happiness in the form of gang rape and murder of Chinni. Who are the culprits? Meanwhile, Shankre Gowda sketches to control the slum and uses Johnny. What happens next? Did the youngsters manage to throw Shankre Gowda out and find out Chinni's murderers? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

The stars have performed as taught by Ashok.


The director hasn’t come with a new script, but a decade old one with latest elements to attract the youth. But, did it attract? Although the script seems to be okayish on the paper, it is not good while executing. Ashok wanted to show that friendship is better than love. As the story is very much predictable, he could not establish his script.

What’s There?

  • Plot looks okayish

What’s Not There?

  • The screenplay is not impressive
  • Nothing new in the script and it is predictable


The director should have concentrated more on the screenplay with a few more interesting elements. The predictable screenplay makes the audiences lose their interest in watching the film. Gaanchali – Watch at your own risk!