Katheyondu Shuruvagide Review

Mar 29, 2019 By ARR

Katheyondu Shuruvagide (Kannada) - Beyond Desires!


There's no guarantee one will get what they desire in life, but might end up getting something better than what they desire... forms the gist of this feel-good refresher!


A young resort owner facing challenges to run his business successfully meets up an interesting guest, that changes the perspective of life.


Dignath is such a charmer far and wide, as the resort owner and a young lad trying to find meaning for his life than getting into a monotonous mechanical mode. A stack of potential he is!


Pooja Devariya as the guest in the resort... her views and the attitude to move on with life from her past brings in not only a mellowed performance but leaps very high on her characterization. There's a couple of long shots on her, which are a proven opportunity of her skill for the art. And she had handled choreography as well for the film.


Amidst many sequences between the lead pair, the moonlight beach sequence with Dignath on the guitars and Pooja shaking a leg is romantic poetry.


Babu Hirannaiah and Aruna Balaraj as a 30-year-old married couple are a merry to watch in every frame and their wedding anniversary sequences bring in loads of love. That Hawaiian party is noteworthy.


With little known English and his love for the receptionist, Ashwin Rao as Pedro makes a mark!


Either be it the exotic shot locations, soothing music and resort themed costume designing... technically stands scintillating in every part of film making!


The title song "Good Morning" and the end sequence English song "I'm trying to Pretend" are lovely hears.


Ad filmmaker turned director Senna Hegde delivers much more than the desires and depicts the worthiness of meaningful relationship.


Katheyondu Shuruvagide is a rejuvenating melody!

Ad filmmaker turned director Senna Hegde delivers much more than the desires and depicts the worthiness of meaningful relationship. Katheyondu Shuruvagide is a rejuvenating melody!
Rating: 8.3 / 10
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