Abhimanyu (2014) Kannada Movie Review | 6 Critic Reviews | Arjun Sarja, Surveen Chawla

cast:

Arjun Sarja, Surveen Chawla, Simran Kapoor, Atul Mathur, Brahmanandam, Charlotte Claire, Rahul Dev, Ravi Kale, Vinaya Prasad‌, R Mayilsamy

Abhimanyu (2014) Kannada Movie Posterdirection:

Arjun Sarja

story:

Arjun Sarja

screenplay:

Arjun Sarja

dialogue:

GK Gopinath

cinematography:

HC Venugopal

music:

Arjun Janya

produced by:

Arjun Sarja

language:

Weird Aggregate Rating Abhimanyu 5.8/10Kannada ('Jai Hind 2' in Tamil & Telugu)

genre:

Action, Drama

release date:

7-November-2014
run time:
155 minutes
censor certification:
U/A

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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Filmi Beat -Bharat Bhat Rating-7
The impact of celluloid on the mind of a viewer can never be underestimated. Our mind tends to perceive strongly what we see through our eyes. Impressionable minds sometimes have life changing experience due to what they see on the big screen. Hence an impetus to push

  •  Cine Sinchana -Raju Shanbhag Rating-4
Arjun Sarja likes subjects that deal with problems in our educational system. I remember watching his film Gentleman in Tamil a few years ago that lightly touched upon the woes of medical education in our country. This time around, it’s the right to education act that draws his attention

  •  Deccan Herald -BS Srivani Rating-6
Only the means to get it is an uphill task for a vast majority. Government institutions, by and large, fail on even most basic expectations while private ones show how costly it is to even dream of getting a decent education for the tiny tots. By the time the child is “entrenched” in a school

  •  Chitraloka Rating-6
Arjun Sarja is known for directing a few well known action films. This time Arjun has blended the film with a issue, cause and action for his new film 'Abhimanyu. Abhimanyu' tells the story of Arjun Sarja who is a Karate expert who teaches Karate to children for free.

  •  Bangalore Mirror -Shyam Prasad S
Arjun Sarja returns home to Sandalwood once again. This time, it is with his first directorial in Kannada. Like the mythical Abhimanyu in Mahabharata, Arjun tackles an impossible mission in modern India; equitable education for all. In its genesis, it is modelled like a Shankar film.
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5.8/10 rating from
Reviews: 6.