Sakkare (2013) Kannada Movie Review | 6 Critic Reviews | Ganesh, Deepa Sannidhi

cast:

Ganesh, Deepa Sannidhi, Anant Nag, Vinaya Prasad, Achyuth Kumar, Anu Prabhakar, Rajesh

direction:

Sakkare PosterAbhaya Simha

story:

Abhaya Simha

screenplay:

Abhaya Simha

dialogue:

Suman Jadugar

cinematography:

Vikram Srivastva

music:

V Harikrishna

produced by:

Shylaja Nag, B Suresha

language:

Kannada

weird aggregate rating 5.5/10genre:

Drama, Romance

release date:

18-October-2013
run time:
127 minutes

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  •  Bangalore Mirror -S Shyam Prasad Rating-5
Sakkare has all the good intentions and efforts of a bunch of talented people, but just as one of the songs in the film tells you, you would want to watch it if you have enough free time. No, it's not a bad film as such, but the film never lifts itself up despite promising to do so many times.
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  •  Deccan Herald -BS Srivani Rating-6
And verbal bashing up of the opposite sex being the “in” thing, many interpretations are offered, leaving the mostly young audience a little dissatisfied and confused. Once in a while comes a film which tries to set right what is perceived as popular notion, sticking to the simple happenings
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  •  Times of India -GS Kumar Rating-7
It's a simple story with a romantic touch. Armed with a good script that keeps you entertained (thanks to Suman Jadugar for some lively dialogues) in many parts of the movie, director Abhay Simha has captured the emotions of a girl who is cheated by her lovers.
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  •  One India -Sandesh Rating-5
Director Abhay Simha had revealed that Sakkare is the adaptation of the small stories 'The Last Leaf', which is written by Oh Henry. The movie is another love story, where the hero will be successful in impressing the heroine with his sense of humour.
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  •  Rediff -Srikanth Srinivasa Rating-5
Young and upcoming director Abhaya Simha who has been mostly associated with art house films has made a sincere effort to weave a love story that is watchable and sweet as the name suggests (Sakkare means sugar). By adapting O. Henry’s short story ‘The Last Leaf’
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Sakkare (2013)
5.5 out of 10
based on
6 reviews.