Movie: Satya Harishchandra
Producer K Manju
Cast: Sharan, Sanchita, Chikkanna, Bhavana, Sadhu Kokila, Sharath Lohithashwa
Music: Arjun Janya
Cinematography: Faisal Ali
Dialogues: Raghu Samart, Swamiji,Dayal
directed by: Dayal Padmnabhan
Release date: October 20 2017
Sharan , one of the most successful comedian turned hero has come up with his latest outing called Satya Harishchandra and this time he has teamed up with Director Dayal Padmanabhan who time after time churns out different movies.
Directors last few movies like Actor, Haggada Kone were different attempts , lets see how his recent movie has turned out
Going by the name , one could think the protagonist would be inspired from the very Famous king Satya Harishchandra who is known for the virtue of his character of not lying or sticking on to the truth no matter what situation he is in , but on the contrary our leading hero basks on lies to earn his daily bread and butter.
His habbit of lieing lands him in trouble and how does he come out of it forms the rest of the story.
Sharan is at his best , his comic timing and his one liners are the best and he lives up to the character of the movie. Heroines Sanchita and bhaavana hav supported him well and they look gorgeous on the screen which is an added bonus.
Other comedy artistes like chikkanna and sadhu Kokila does their job neat and evokes laughter in many scenes. There are hilarious scenes etched out for the comedy artistes and it has worked out well.
Other supporting actors like sharath lohitashwa Seetha have done what they are supposed to do.
Cameo by National award winner Sanchari Vijay isn’t too convincing but can’t be ignored.
Dayal Padmanabhan has yet again delivered a different film and he still knows the pulse of the audience. He has everything included in a movie which a sharan movie should have. So the audience won’t be disappointed with this movie.
Cinematography, artwork and production values all are pretty good.
Arjun Janya Music is nice , 2 songs are hummable. Editing could have been crispier in the 2nd half – but nevertheless not much to complain.
Overall A good comedy Entertainer, which is worth watching.