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When a love story goes awry, two young lovers are forced to take to the road with the police hot on their heels. They escape across Karnataka in a roller-coaster ride that is at once enthralling, exasperating and nail-biting.
An unusual love story between a film director and an actress narrated through multiple flashbacks within flashbacks and reverse screenplay. The film deals with the dark truths of cinema like the casting couch.
This is a psychological thriller movie about a man who calls himself as "Naanu" (Me). It explores the human needs and greeds in the form of a metaphorical comparison to the three female characters in the movie.
An ancient palatial house, believed to be occupied by a vengeful spirit of a Courtesan named Nagavalli, is purchased by an Engineer, Ramesh, and his wife, Ganga. While exploring their new ... See full summary »
Prithvi Kumar is an young IAS Officer who works as District Commissioner for Bellary District and whose honesty clashes with the illegal gaNi-dhaNigaLu (mining lords) and the corrupt politicians in the highest seats of power in Karanataka.
A well written and perfectly acted release with a properly constructed narrative about the crime underworld that doesn't just rely on guns, blood and a high dead body count. 'Edegarike' has a gripping semi-linear narrative with an interesting and believable plot and thankfully no cheesy item numbers to break the suspense. Aditya has eclipsed and even bettered his epic 'Deadly Soma' role as the similarly named contract killer "Sona". Atul Kulkarni is completely believable as a hit-man with a conscience, in a part that is a million miles away from his now legendary performance in the Marathi blockbuster 'Natarang'. Adapted from a book by Agni Shridhar and apparently based on his own real life experience, this film easily trumps many Hindi releases in this genre. If you're a fan of quality crime films, this is one for you. Highly recommended.
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