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Parasanga Movie Review

Parasanga Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Parasanga"
Runtime: 1 Hour 57 Minutes
Certificate: A
Released: 06-07-2018
Genre: Drama
2 / 5.0



  • Producer:
  • H Kumar
  • KM Lokesh
  • M Mahadeve Gowda
  • Prakash Mandya
  • Music Director:
  • Harsha Vardhanraj
  • Editor:
  • Director:
  • KM Raghu
  • Lyricist:
  • NK Lolakshi
  • KM Raghu
  • Co-Producer:
  • Sidde Gowda
  • Director of Photography:
  • Sujay Kumar
  • Dialogue Writer:
  • KM Raghu
  • Screenplay Writer:
  • KM Raghu
  • Story Writer:
  • KM Raghu
  • Playback Singer:
  • Supporting Actors:
  • Sanju Basayya
  • Manoj Puttur
  • Govinde Gowda
  • Chandra Prabha
  • Sai Akshatha
  • Tharun Sudhir

Parasanga” is scripted and directed by KM Raghu. The film has the star cast of Mitra, Manoj Puttur, Akshatha Srinivas and Govinde Gowda. H Kumar produced the film. Tarun Sudhir makes a cameo appearance in the film.


Thimma is a do-gooder in his village and he is very innocent. His rituals to solve the health issues of the village people, made him get a place in their hearts. He is popular for his dance too. Champa, a city girl, had to tie the knot with Thimma after she lost her parents in an accident. Champa insists Thimma to set up a hotel business. To fulfill his wife’s wish, he borrows some money from the village head. Meanwhile, a doctor named Manoj enters the village. His activities impress Champa. Will she betray Thimma and go with Manoj? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Mitra has performed excellently well as an innocent villager. Akshatha has done a good job in her debut.


The director didn’t bring any strong content to impress the audiences. The production values are not attractive. Although Mitra and Akshatha performed well, their performances went in vain, as there is no gripping script and screenplay.

What’s There?

  • Performances of the lead actors
  • Tarun Sudhir’s cameo

What’s Not There?

  • No gripping script
  • Execution is not much impressive


If you love to watch an age-old script with village backdrop, then this film might suit you. If you want to watch a film with contemporary content, then think twice, before entering the theater.