Marali Manege is the Kannada film featuring Shruti, Aniruddha Jatkar, Shankar Aryan, Suchendra Prasad, Rohit Nagesh, Sahana and Arundhati Nag in the main roles. Yogesh Master penned the screenplay and directed the film. Besides these, Yogesh has composed the music too. The film is produced by Subash L Gowda under the banner, Nikhil Home Screen. Jhankar Music holds the music rights of the film. The film is a novel, which was made into a stage play and now it is adapted as a screenplay. Raj Shivashekhar is the cinematographer of Marali Manege.
The plot has no twisty tales in it. A lovely mother, who was missing her son for the past twenty-five years, gets the affection from a youngster, who comes to her village. She feels that the guy fills the space of her lost son. Meanwhile, the youngster Vishwa falls in love with Padma, who was waiting for her childhood lover. Vishwa understands her situation and leaves her. Did the mother find her real son? Did Vishwa’s love succeed? Watch it in theaters.
Shruti… what a performance! She proves her versatility in each and every role, she chooses. Others had done their part quite well.
Yogesh Master is the all-in-all of the film. He has penned the screenplay, directed the film and composed the songs too. However, not all these departments are shining well. Yogesh Master could have concentrated a bit more in other characters too. He had characterized Shruti’s part, pretty well. His narration is excellent.
What’s Not There?
This film has Shruti’s exemplary performance. If it was taken in a good budget and with sound technicians, Shruti’s performance would have got more value. However, this film is worth watching only for the stunning performance of the experienced Shruti.
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