Matthe Banni Prithsona

Think twice before you suspect

Matthe Banni Prithsona

It’s love at the end of the first mulaqat for an architect Shyam (Premkumar) when he interviews a candidate. Determined not to lose her, he makes a trip to her hometown, and predictably, bowls over Chethana (Karishma). Wedding bells peal, the lovey-dovey couple proclaim their love to all those who will listen in the world and there’s a definite raise in the sugar levels... till Shyam finds a mobile phone in an elevator with Srinagara Kitti. He returns the phone to the owner (Sanjana) and finds his life turned upside down.

Matthe Banni Prithsona is designed to surprise. The director’s treatment to yet another worn out theme is refreshing. The producers have been generous and the results are pleasing. Be it costumes, locations or sets or even the dubbing artistes (popular RJs lending the requisite touch of ‘kewl’), Matthe Banni Prithsona’s making is on a different level. The entire cast looks hep! Ravindra doesn’t lose his grip for the most part. The predictability factor raises its head now and then though. But the lead pair makes it an interesting watch. Karishma’s performance stands out. Sanjana is another surprise though she is yet to master some nuances. The rest, Nani, Dileep, Anand etc are all aptly cast.

Anoop Seelin has a blast with his tunes though some may find it difficult to keep pace while Bappa Lahiri is too loud sometimes. Camerawork too measures up to expectations. But for a climax that drags and cheap gimmicks prior to the release, Matthe Banni Prithsona is quite an interesting offering.

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