I Love You is scripted and directed by ldquo R Chandru rdquo Upendra Rao Rachita Ram Sonu Gowda ldquo Brahmanandam rdquo and Jai Jagadish are in the cas

I Love You (Nanne Preethse) Movie Review

I Love You (Nanne Preethse) Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " I Love You (Nanne Preethse)"
Runtime: 2 Hours 02 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 14-06-2019
Genre: Action, Drama
3 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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I Love You is scripted and directed by “ R Chandru.” Upendra Rao, Rachita Ram, Sonu Gowda, “ Brahmanandam” and Jai Jagadish are in the cast.

Plot

College student Santhosh loves Dharmika. But, his life changes after his graduation. He had to look after the business and had to marry a girl chosen by his dad, as it was his last wish. Santhosh and Gowri have a daughter now. Gowri is an ideal housewife. Although Gowri is lovable, Santhosh doesn’t have any interest in his life. He always thinks about his college sweetheart. All on a sudden, he got an opportunity to meet her. What happens next? Is Dharmika married? Does she still love Santhosh? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Uppi looks cool and he is casual in his performance. Rachita got a meaty role to perform and Sonu has done a good job.

Analysis

Chandru is an expert in the romantic scripts and he has brought yet another script for the youngsters. Although the romantic scenes are attractive, they don’t seem to be fresh. It has some scenes that resemble a particular sequence from the latest release “ 99” and some of the old hit movies. The characterization is good; especially Sonu Gowda’s. Although her character doesn’t have many dialogues, her expressions are the top notch. The comedy scenes are not much impressive.

What’s There?

  • Performance of the stars is okay
  • Production and technical values are good
  • Uppi looks young

What’s Not There?

  • Repetitive sequences from hit films

Verdict

Although the film doesn’t impress much and nothing significant to offer, it won’t disappoint the viewers. But, the audiences shouldn’t expect much before stepping in the theaters.