Shivajinagara (2014) Kannada Movie Review | 6 Critic Reviews | Duniya Vijay, Parul Yadav

cast:

Duniya Vijay, Parul Yadav, Abhimanyu Singh, Adithya Menon, Ashish Vidyarthi, Mumaith Khan, Avinash Rao, Daniel Balaji, Srinivas Prabhu

Shivajinagara Posterdirection:

Satya P N

story:

Satya P N

screenplay:

Satya P N

dialogue:

Ravi Srivastava

cinematography:

Selvam

music:

Arjun Janya, Jassie Gift

produced by:

Ramu

language:

weird aggregate rating 4.6/10Kannada

genre:

Action, Drama

release date:

28-February-2014
run time:
132 minutes

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  •  Bangalore Mirror -S Shyam Prasad Rating-5
Producer Ramu is known for providing excessive importance to action scenes in his films. Years ago, stunt master Ram Shetty gloated about how Ramu hired three helicopters for a scene when he had sought just one. In Shivajinagara, the script may have had only about a 100 killings

  •  One India -Sandesh MS Rating-5
There are few areas in Bangalore, which are famous for its culture, traditions and lifestyles. The Sandalwood movie makers, who are very keen on doing the films on rowdyism (underworld) are likely to name their movies after few Garden City Bangalore's areas, which are high in the crime rates.
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  •  Deccan Herald -BS Srivani Rating-4
Kalasipalya came in 2006. Chamarajapet is in the pipeline. Shivajinagara is before the audience. Soon, it will be time for Basavanagudi, Malleswaram, Koramangala, Madiwala, BTM, HSR, HRBR and scores of other layouts to be featured as film titles.
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  •  Times of India -GS Kumar Rating-5
The story revolves around Raam (Vijay) whose father Dayanand (Avinash) has borrowed around Rs 60 lakh from Shivajinagara don Fayaz (Ashish Vidyarthi). However, Dayanand is unable to repay the sum and is forced to commit suicide after being constantly harassed by Fayaz.
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  •  Cine Sinchana -Raju Shanbhag Rating-4
But then, judging Shivajinagar on P. N. Satya's film may be a disservice to the place. Although the film is based on Shivajinagar, it hardly bothers to explore the unseen corners of this mysterious place. Few mosques, a scrap metal shop, and a bunch of Muslims do not make Shivajinagar.
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    4.6 out of 10
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