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pradeep sangam
Regarding its is excellent.
by pradeep sangam (View MyPage) on May 29, 2007 08:14 PM

Every Kannadiga must see this move once. It is really excellent. One must hear the music and song by closed eyes and see movies by opening all the Nava Randras. It is such an excellent.
I have one more Marathi which can be dubbed in Kannada it is excellent. Name of movie is Agabai Arechcha. If there is a need of any information regarding this Please contact me.
My name is Pradeep P.Sangam, Mahantesh Nagar,
Belgaum - 590016, Contact No.(0831)2454110. This marathi movie if it is dubbed into Kannada with some addition of masala defenately it will be a Big hit. Try this.

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Hariharan Bhojan
Mungaru Male...The Climax Strikes
by Hariharan Bhojan (View MyPage) on May 05, 2007 06:35 PM

Everything is perfect about this movie, except the heroine, well, maybe I live in Delhi and see so many girls like her as far as beauty is concerned, somehow, not so satisfied.

Ganesh is a great actor, he can be next kamal hassan of indian cinema, chap has immense potential.

Music, direction, screenplay, lyrics, exceptional.

I loved Mungaru Male!

PS: Iam from ooty, we speak a language called badaga, is maximum kannada and some tamil mix, lwork in delhi, love everything good in life!

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bi u
Best Movie
by bi u (View MyPage) on Apr 16, 2007 04:11 PM

I don't watch kannada movies. When I first heard this song 'anisuthide' I was so impressed and finally saw this movie. This is the Best movie i have seen in kannada so far. Good story, Amazing locations, Good acting great Songs....... loved it very much.

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Mungaru Male... Not the same old Story.. But a Real Story
by (View MyPage) on Apr 15, 2007 06:15 PM

Hi All,
Luckly i got to see this movie in London yesterday.. Thumbane chanagiday... The best part was the Climax... No Rule states that all love stories should have a happy ending.. It does not happen in real life also.. The movie is about a simple love story that can happen to anyone... and the Climax is what shows that this can happen to anyone.. or may has happend with many of them.. Its a must watch not because of very great or special things in it, but because of Simple things which make a big difference.

My Ratings would be..

Music: A Masterpiece
Acting by Ganesh, WoW!
Acting by Veterans, A Masterpiece
Story: A Masterpiece, not because it has a great Lovestory, but because of its simplicity and Climax
All other features WoW!

Last but not least...

Dont miss this movie, no one deserves missing this movie...

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Girish c
Uninspirational
by Girish c (View MyPage) on Apr 05, 2007 10:05 AM

who says so, i belive the climax was real, how many of you viewers accpet the climax, its just reality, truth, not just a movie gimmck to end the movie on a happy note, a lot of love stories end like it.

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Prashanth Budihal
everybody plz watch it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Prashanth Budihal (View MyPage) on Apr 02, 2007 01:12 PM

Prashanth,i was amazed by the non kannada ppl coming to see this movie i think finaly kannada film industry has come back to senses after many years of senseless violent torture films. congrats to all those involved in this film.The film might not appeal to all because it is not so perfect,it has flaws but full marks must be given to it because it dared to deviate from the norm of violent films.for ppl like me with past history like this it is simply awsome.PLEASE WATCH IT!!!!!!!!!!

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Rajesh Rudragol
Story preview with comments
by Rajesh Rudragol (View MyPage) on Mar 20, 2007 03:39 PM

An Above Average Movie which is currently Running 60th Day. Good performances by Comedian Ganesh who though is a perfect fit for comedy roles however can take up Ajay Devgan kind of roles. The Kannada version of Mallika Shehrawat is average and no different from her Hindi version except that she does not shed clothes in this movie. God knows why Jai Jadish took up such a minnow 2 min role, whereas Anant Nag has unsuccessfully attempted to portray himself as a strict Retired Army officer. Rest all seems to be TV artist who are trying to cash bucks on special character roles on the silver screen.


The best part of the movie is its Music and that makes is special. Though none of the dialogues are New yet they make a little impact by the way they are delivered and the timing and the situation in which they are delivered.

The Camerawork is breathtaking and those who haven%u2019t seen the world famous Jog falls will enjoy this and those who have already seen it will want to see it again. The Camera technician has used his Hollywood expertise of special photography.

The Storyline%u2026sorry%u2026nothing new%u2026 There is a dearth of stories in all movies. With over a lakh movie produced in past 50 years in Indian film industry, there are no stories left.

The sequences and events in the movie are purely unbelievable and a step above fantasy.

Just a brief narration for those who are yet to see this movie.


Hero a spoiled brat sees%u2019s the divine beauty outside a shopping mall and while he madly stares her, he slips into Gutter where her car is parked. Papa Heroine tries to pull the dirty hero out and halfway leaves him and her expensive watch for the hero to trace her.

A clean hero later tries to search her by running in the same store, lift at the same time along with the heroine, who too is looking for the same or identical watch. Our hero approaches Radio Mirchi by instantly connecting and spreading message about the watch and his heart. Though our lovely heroine is sitting in a nearby food court and listen the FM 98.3 broadcast, yet she appears but not before a huge crowd piles up, police arrives, and even the villain too. Finally Hero%u2019s father arrives and whisks him away.

Hero is accompanying his mother on a trip to Coorg where the car breaks down. A running truck spills the stranded rainwater and the hero is dirty or rather Black again. In a fit of rage while he tries to run and chase the truck he encounters the heroine again. Amazing !! whats she doing on Shiradi Ghat??? She pity%u2019s and laughs of and offers the poor dirty chap an handkerchief and speeds away.

Somehow the handkerchief which now has become another prized possession of our hero slips his hand and after traveling long ends up in villains hands. Super Amazing !!! even villain too is at Shiradi Ghat.. An obvious fight breaks out and after all odds and a clogged highway our hero finally manages to get the hanky back.

Hero reaches Coorg and while he is strolling in Madikeri he spots the heroine again and gives his identification with a clean and visible face and delivers her the watch and the hanky as objective evidence. Heroine is amazed but unimpressed by the dialogues delivered by our more than enthu hero who wows to marry her and have kids. Heroine brands him a Nut and leaves the place.

While the hero reaches back to the host%u2019s house at some remote Coffee estate, he is surprised to discover that the heroine is none other than the only daughter of the hosts. Wow!! What a punch! Our Hero is very happy now as he feels that all is superbly falling in place. He delivers a few more intimate dialogues to which the Heroine laughs off. She challenges him to tame his would be father in law who turns out to be a strict retired army officer played by Anant Nag whose first screen appearance in the film is with a glass of Rum and shouting hysterically at undisciplined servants minus the hearing aids.
Papa our %u2018Young Man%u2019 now has a daunting task to tame the Old Army officer by running behind the officer and participating in official drills and even exposing his sand laden buttocks to the gunpoint of the Crazy Old man!! All pays off and the Young Man is successful to capture a place in the heart of the Old Army Man and his wife.

Things are going well on track when our Young man discovers that the young lovely lady is engaged and her marriage is just 7 days away!! Pwoffff! All in vein. The disgusted hero decides to return back to Bangalore and while he is returning our Lady laughs and taunts him which hurts his ego and he takes a sharp turn back to Coorg and returns to the place where he threw the watch. A Bunny rabbit having no work in the jungle is sitting next to the watch and guarding the same. Our hero finds a new friend! A love messenger! Next couple of days the Bunny will play an important role.

The Young man is back at the farm house with all his positive energy, though sad by heart and draws up an unknown and un-understandable strategy to capture his lady love against all odds. Tries all silly pranks like dislodging batteries of hearing aid or the Old man, tying 9 yard sari to the balcony of the lovely lady, silly Rabbit-elephant jokes etc. The young man manages to take the lovely lady to a far place where gets an opportunity to spend time with her where he displays his amazing and dangerously impressive stunts to save the bunny from running over a speeding train. He even carries her to a temple where only her father or the Son in Law of the old man could have carried. Our lovely lady is slowly getting in double mind when in a drunken state (remember our hero earlier was a teetotaler) our hero drains all his emotions and love to her. He struck the right chord!! Our lady heart melts and she has now changed her mind and has finally understood our hero and is now more than willing to accept him as her newfound love and discarding the Army man which her father choose for her.

They are back again and things are tense now. Just 48 hours prior to the marriage our lady%u2019s mother comes to know the horrendous intentions of her daughter and she runs to our beloved Young man to rescue their pride. Our Young man is now in a great dilemma where despite telling the truth the Old lady doesn%u2019t believe the true story and writes off his involvement as a joke. In parallel the love is now growing min by min and hour by hour and the time is running out. Adding to the woes of the Young Man, the Old Man narrates an untold, undisclosed story of his current state of affairs of his health and updates him that he has a very limited time to live and takes a promise from the Young Man to facilitate his ambition to marry her daughter to an army man of his choice. The Groom is the same army man who saved his life in one of the war fronts. Our hero is devastated. Papa. At one end of the see saw is his love and at the other end is a pile of Trust, faith, social and ethical responsibilities which seems to be heavier and there is no escape. Our Good Samaritan hero chooses the difficult one and decides to sacrifice his love. He finds that the best way to chop the budding love of the lady is to misbehave and talk rude to her writing off all what has happened as joke. Our heroine believes all this and she is heartbroken and disguised.

Just before the D Day our hero is sitting in a local bar crying over his fate completely inhibited, both the Groom as well as the Villain appears next to the Dhaba and while the Villain is in the process of eliminating the Groom a big fight happens and after a few seconds the hero too joins the fight. The hero though completely drunk and out of senses is able to overpower the Villain and his men and saves the Groom. The Hero shows an amazing, a never before emotions on a silver screen understands the act of villain and sympathizes with the Villain stating the common love for the same lady and both of them cry sitting next to each other. The Villain appreciates hero%u2019s gesture and now our hero is gonna do the final silver lining by dropping the Groom to the marriage place on time.

Way back to Bengaluru our hero cries aloud and narrates his sad story to the bunny who was the only witness to the shorter version of this love story. The bunny too is devastated and shocked to the extend that it suffers a mild heart attack and dies.

The agonized Hero does perform state level funeral of the Bunny at the Jog Falls and the move ends here.

So the end is a Supreme Sacrifice of a love story which ran for not more than 10 days starting from a Shopping mall at Bengaluru to the Jog Falls!



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GO WATCH IT
by (View MyPage) on Mar 17, 2007 02:55 PM  | Hide replies

Forget analytical, heartless reviewers. Are all these people who have left messages mad to give such rave reviews for this movie?

The story line is one of the best. Most of the movies show that love wins all the time. But does love have failure at all? In this movie, love wins even in its percieved loss. The feeling of love itself is the reward, irrespective of whether you get the person whom you love.

Music is out of the world. I bought the CD immediately after seeing the movie. I have not bought a Kannada CD for a long time. Sonu Nigam's voice and the lyrics still linger around me.

Jog has inspired many artists. Some of their works have become landmark ones. Jogada siri belakinalli, Manavanagi huttidamele etc.. This movie is another one such instance. I don't think anyone would have ever shot the Jog falls like this before. Krishna has done an awesome job.

Ganesh... had never heard of him before... but now I will never forget him. His subtle and elegant gestures bring life to the movie. His comical sequences in the background of his pain have been brought out excellently.

To summarize, we Kannadigas were blessed to get such a movie. Hats off to Krishnappa and Yograj.

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pavan shanbhag
RE:GO WATCH IT
by pavan shanbhag (View MyPage) on Apr 17, 2007 12:16 PM
So true.... I totally agree with you...
No kannada film ever has left such an impression on me till now...
True to life.. no gimmicks , very practical story...
Why are not people talking about the heroine.. She is impressing too..
Hats off to all those involved in the film.

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pavan shanbhag
RE:GO WATCH IT
by pavan shanbhag (View MyPage) on Apr 17, 2007 12:17 PM
So true.... I totally agree with you...
No kannada film ever has left such an impression on me till now...
True to life.. no gimmicks , very practical story...
Why are not people talking about the heroine.. She is impressing too..
Hats off to all those involved in the film.

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pavan shanbhag
RE:GO WATCH IT
by pavan shanbhag (View MyPage) on Apr 17, 2007 12:17 PM
So true.... I totally agree with you...
No kannada film ever has left such an impression on me till now...
True to life.. no gimmicks , very practical story...
Why are not people talking about the heroine.. She is impressing too..
Hats off to all those involved in the film.

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GO WATCH IT
by (View MyPage) on Mar 17, 2007 02:54 PM

Forget analytical, heartless reviewers. Are all these people who have left messages mad to give such rave reviews for this movie?

The story line is one of the best. Most of the movies show that love wins all the time. But does love have failure at all? In this movie, love wins even in its percieved loss. The feeling of love itself is the reward, irrespective of whether you get the person whom you love.

Music is out of the world. I bought the CD immediately after seeing the movie. I have not bought a Kannada CD for a long time. Sonu Nigam's voice and the lyrics still linger around me.

Jog has inspired many artists. Some of their works have become landmark ones. Jogada siri belakinalli, Manavanagi huttidamele etc.. This movie is another one such instance. I don't think anyone would have ever shot the Jog falls like this before. Krishna has done an awesome job.

Ganesh... had never heard of him before... but now I will never forget him. His subtle and elegant gestures bring life to the movie. His comical sequences in the background of his pain have been brought out excellently.

To summarize, we Kannadigas were blessed to get such a movie. Hats off to Krishnappa and Yograj.

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