It is about an innocent from the village taking revenge for reasons
behind the suicide of his fiancé in city and duping the judiciary with
Director Dinesh Baboo in this film ‘Nanalla’ has given a captivating
story. The villager Siddarth (Tarun) comes to city on the day the
professor of the college is brutally murdered. He is caught in this case
and posted to judicial custody. In the judicial custody a lawyer Sharat
Chandra (Ananthnag) takes up his case and in the court hall as public
prosecutor Gowri (Kushboo) wife of Sharat Chandra argues that Siddarth
Why Siddarth is a culprit? It is because professor of the college
Basavaraje Melmane (Sihikahi Chandrau) arrest the modesty of Bhavya
(Shuba Punja) fiancé of Siddarth. The professor has the habit of giving
coffee to his students mixed with intoxication. His next habit is
shooting the nude girl students and making a CD. Siddarth has seen the
recorded version of Bhavya and Basavaraje Melmane in which the former
pleading does not work out. Furious with the professor Siddarth takes
the extreme step and he chops the professor with a knife.
Very clever Siddarth in the presence of Sharat Chandra and psychiatrist
Geetha (Sangeeth) behaves like a split personality. In the court hall
the split image of Siddarth also relieve him of murder charges. Siddarth
is sent to hospital for treatment and after two years Siddarth is free
from split image or Dissociated Identity Disorder.
Till then the audience would feel Siddarth was suffering from the
disease. In the last scene of the film Siddarth admits to lawyer Sharat
Chandra who saved from the imprisonment that he has pretended to be a
man with split personality to take the revenge. Showing the medical
records to the lawyer says no one can take action again on his revenge.
Now the lawyer is taken aback.
Director Dinesh Baboo in this ‘Nanalla’ has worked on the tight
screenplay and shooting in less than 25 days without even taking
publicity for the film has given a convincing film with a variety.
Firstly the building of characters with good actors like Ananthnag,
Kushboo, Rangayana Raghu and others it is quite easy for the director
because all of them are veterans. But taking completely a different role
from Chaco boy the director adds new dimension to the actor.
The areas of innocence, intensity of love, haplessness, comedy in the
court hall, reuniting the estranged couple, adding two good tunes and
nice cinematography director Dinesh Baboo makes it worth watching
What is slightly intolerable is the comedy in the court hall and outside
the court hall the protagonist admitting that he has fooled everyone to
take revenge brings the disrespect to the system.
Of course protagonist has stayed in the psychiatry division for two
years and come out with proper documents. But a person with no disorder
getting treatment is illogical. When the man is perfect what treatment
is attributed to him the director cleverly keeps aloof.
In this two years of protagonist in the hospital and returning to say he
was fine is difficult to digest. Intelligent director Dinesh Baboo
should have given a different outlook for this aspect. Even a
psychiatrist is duped.
The protagonist walking back to his village with a voice over saying how
he has fooled everyone soon after the court verdict with a smile on his
face would have been appropriate. Some more practical approach was
needed from director Dinesh Baboo.
Otherwise it is full credit to director Dinesh Baboo for giving a neat
and tidy film.
This is the best of Tarun from his dozen films so far in five years of
career. He has two different shades to perform. His innocence scores
more in this film than the wilderness. He was not able to bring in the
stammer disability properly in dubbing.
The conversation of Ananthnag and Rangayana Raghu, Ananthnag and Kushboo
are a treat to watch. Shuba Punja although looks hefty on screen has
that lovely innocence mixed with sweetness. Kushboo returning to Kannada
after a long time is convincing in a short role.
Both cameraman Suresh Byrasandra and music director Giridhar Diwan are
good in their work. Suresh Byrasandra wins more in the outdoors.
Oh Manasae Uliyali Sadha is best of the two. The other song Nanna Ninna
Ragadalli is quite OK. Editing and connectivity of scenes are in good
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