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Love Birds is scripted and directed by " P C Shekar P C Shekar is a famous Indian film writer and a di >> Read More... ." The film has cinematography by Sakthi Sekar and editing by the director, PC Shekar. Kaddipudi Chandru Kaddipudi Chandru is an actor as well a producer f >> Read More... produced the film. Arjun Janya Arjun Janya is an Indian singer and music composer >> Read More... composed the music. The film features Darling Krishna Sunil Nagappa is also known as Darling Krishna and >> Read More... , Milana Nagaraj Milana Nagaraj is a South Indian actress born in 1 >> Read More... , Samyukta Hornad Films made in the four major South Indian language >> Read More... , “ Avinash Avinash is a Kannada actor, who has starred in Sou >> Read More... ,” Sadhu Kokila Sadhu Kokila is a Kannada actor who primarily work >> Read More... , Veena Sundar Veena Sundar is an actress who works in the Kannad >> Read More... , Rangayana Raghu Rangayana Raghu was born on 30th November, 1963. H >> Read More... , Gowrav Shetty, and Kaddipudi Chandru.
Deepak works in an IT company, and Pooja is a Fashion Designer. They get connected through a matrimony site and get married. Their happiness has a short life, and they start arguing about silly things. They decided to part ways and approached a lawyer, Maya. What will Maya do? Will she counsel them and unite them or separate them? The rest of the film deals with this.
Krishna and Milana’s chemistry is excellent, and their screen presence is impressive. They look as cute as a real couple. Samyuktha has done a good job. Veena, Rangayana Raghu, and Sadhu Kokila are good in the given roles.
The film speaks about the cute love and intolerance of youngsters today. Though there are a lot of movies of this genre, this one is also special. The emotional content is high, and the stars have done tremendous work in portraying the contemporary husband and wife. The film is pretty much predictable. However, the cute love between the couple and their silly fights are impressive. Many could relate it to themselves for sure. The music and visuals are appreciable. The director should be appreciated for handling a soft family love subject and minor issues between the couple. The film is technically sound.
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This is the right choice if you love watching love stories mixed with family drama and emotion.
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