29 Sep, 2017
2 hrs 25 mins
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Tarak, the grandson of a Bengaluru-based businessman who grows up in Europe is reluctant to visit India despite several pleas by his grandfather. All goes well for him until he falls in love with Meera, a selfless person who lives for the happiness of others. The two share a blissful relationship, however, things change when Meera poses Tarak a 60-day challenge to prove his real love for her. To prove his love, Tarak accepts and as part of the challenge visits India and soon finds himself in a tricky situation that would ruin his relationship. What happens next, forms the crux.
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Prakash of Milana fame is known for his family entertainers. The heart of all his subjects have a strong foundation centered around family values. This film has Darshan as the lead actor, someone whose bombastic mass image is what the fans root for. ...Read full review
Tarak is a special film for Darshan. Many of his fans want to see him in action films with lots of fights and punch dialogues. Tarak is however another kind of film. It is a family film which upholds family values and there are not many fights (there are some good ones but not many). ...Read full review
TARAK, meaning Protector is the name of lead characters Challenging Star Darshan and Dynamic Hero Devaraj in the Movie. Movie welcomes you to the world of TARAK RAM Family, where Grandfather (Devaraj) and Grandson (Darshan) are in 2 worlds totally different from each other for few family truffles. ...Read full review
After his recent commercial movies aimed at mass audience failed to create any real magic at the box office, the challenging star Darshan, also known by his fans as sandalwoods box office sultan shifts gear from his usual avatar to complete family drama. ...Read full review
The good thing about Tarak is that it is not the hero-centric dance-fight-item song commercial routine that big star films usually are. Narcissism is thankfully missing and except for a `hero introduction song` there is not much to cringe about. Darshan reminds filmmakers that he is not to be typecast as a beefcake. ...Read full review



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