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Katheyondu Shuruvagide

Katheyondu Shuruvagide

03 Aug, 2018
2 hrs 14 mins
3,316 votes
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A young resort owner, Tarun, is going through a rough time and tries to deal with disappointments, failures, and struggles of his life. In the process of doing so, he strikes up a great bond with a resort guest, Tanya. Will this bond help them to find a new meaning of love and life?
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Verdict: Senna Hegde has struck the right chords with this emotional entertainer. Written and directed by the debutant filmmakerSenna Hegde, produced by the one and onlyRakshit Shetty, alongsidePushkara Mallikarjunaiah,G S Gupta,Vinod Divakar, andPrasanna Hegde, Katheyondu Shuruvagide features a soulful story of remorse, regret,and compassion. The two protagonists are played by the c... ...Read full review
Tarun is an owner of a quaint resort that is currently suffering losses. He is stuck wondering how to solve these issues when Tanya, a woman grappling her own personal worries, visits his resort. The two strike a sweet little friendship, which seems to be mutually helpful, given the problems that they are facing. ...Read full review
Senna Hegde paints a fresh layer of imaginative film making on Sandalwood with this heartwarming romantic slice of life. Set in a resort among believable characters, the story if you may call it that brings out their emotional journey over the course of 3-4 days. It is a character-driven narrative that unspools quietly and allows the audience to slip into a comfortable relationship with what they are watching. ...Read full review
Senna, who is making his directorial debut in Kannada, captures three stories with seven characters through varied conversations. The compendious sentiments are often interspersed with genuine humour, and it is this balance that lifts differentiates the film. ...Read full review
The film opens in bokeh-ish freeze-frame; a man in outline, looking up at the sky in what might be hope or despair. We are returned to this frame a couple of hours later, and then those doubts are laid to rest. The man looking up is Tarun (Diganth), an entrepreneur whose struggling resort gets one booking from a North Indian couple. When one half of the couple turns up, in the form of Tanya Mehra (Pooja Devariya), we know that things are going to happen, as they inevitably do in such films. ...Read full review
Mungarlu Male, that released in 2006, brought a sea of change in the way romance films are made and perceived. Now, director Senna Hegdes directorial debut in Kannada, Katheyondu Shuruvagide, is taking that chapter, albeit on a different plane, forward. Is it time to pop the champagne bottle already? Ah, let us wait for a week, or three. For now, allow me to take you through the movies optimistic arc and the lack of monotonousness in its breathing frames. ...Read full review