Lungi is scripted and directed by Akshith Shetty. The film has Pranav Hegde, Ahalya Suresh, Radhika Rao, Deepak Rai Panaje and Prakash Thuminad in the cast. M

Lungi Movie Review

Lungi Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Lungi"
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Runtime: 1 Hour 55 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 11-10-2019
Genre: Drama, Comedy
2 / 5.0



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Rakshith Shetty is very much attracted to his culture and hence, he decides to stay at his place and build a career, after graduating. But, his dad wants him to have a good career, abroad. Rakshith, who loves his nation, tries his best to be in his hometown and become a good businessman. He falls for his neighbor Lolita. Did he manage to set a good business and settle in the family? Watch the film to know the answer!

Star Performance

Pranav Hegde plays his part well. His innocent looks suit the character well.


The script is good. But, the director should have designed a good screenplay and had narrated it well. The characterization is not much impressive. While the hero’s aim was to set up a good business, it gets derailed often. The romantic portions are not attractive. The production and technical values are okayish.

What’s There?

  • Performances are not bad
  • The script is quite decent

What’s Not There?

  • The screenplay and narration are unimpressive
  • Frequent derailing from the subject and the romantic scenes irritate


With a good script, the director had missed out to give an engaging film, as the screenplay is not gripping.