Good, bad and the ugly

Get together

Good, bad and the ugly

 Star attractions:  Regina Cassandra, Chetan and Chaitanya K M. DH photo by Dinesh S KNagathihalli Chandrashekar and Aindrita Ray were perhaps seen together for the first time after there recent slapgate row. And the two made it a point never to cross their paths or merely smiled away at each other sheepishly.

Suryakaanti hero Chetan scooted soon after the photo ops and heroine Regina Cassandra stayed after too. Director KM Chaitanya played the good host and obliged for quick photos to be clicked before he too rushed off to watch the movie. Aindrita, Diganth, Kiran, Sharmila Mandre all arrived late but made it a point to rush in only after obliging for a few pictures.

  While some raved about the movie and about what a stunner Chetan was on screen, some others observed that the movie fell flat on the storyline. While the cinematography was good, somehow the viewers couldn’t help but comment that the story didn’t have the same punch and flavour as Chaitanya’s Aa Dinagalu. RJ Pori Tapori Rachna says she simply loved the movie for its picturisation and songs, “It’s a masala film, complete with love, romance and excellent fight sequences,” says Rachna. Director Nagathihalli Chandrashekar avers Regina and Chetan did a fine job and Chaitanya always makes sure his stories are well knit, “the direction is good and the choice of location is particularly interesting,” he says.

  However, actor Diganth didn’t seem too pleased with the storyline. “While the movie is technically sound, it falls flat when it comes to the story. Somehow the characterisation didn’t seem convincing enough,” says Diganth and adds, “I think I had too much expectations after Aa Dinagalu. The ordinary folk didn’t choose to rate the movie on its technicalities but said they simply loved the story. “It’s entertaining and it keeps you engrossed through and through,” says Shuba Rao, a regular movie goer.

DH Newsletter Privacy Policy Get top news in your inbox daily
Comments (+)