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Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu Movie Review

Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu Movie Review


Total Reviews - 8
Average Rating - 8.2/10
Yes - 8
No - 0
Neutral - 0
Watchable? - 100%

Critic Reviews Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu

  • Cine Sinchana | Review By -Raju Shanbhag Rating-9/10
Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu (GBSM) is a wonderful film. Hemanth Rao is another exciting addition new and promising list of directors in Kannada as he narrates the film beautifully without any frills. It’s a straightforward narration, but there is attention to detail in every frame and there is absolutely no done to death formulas. May be it looks a tad repetitive in the second half, but otherwise the film is beautifully crafted.
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  • Bangalore Mirror | Review By -Shyam Prasad S Rating-8/10
GBSM is also much more than a son's search for his missing father. It is the story of a father-son relationship. It is also the story of criminals getting lost, both in deeds and in life. It is a thriller in that sense. It is also a love story that you learn from. The film's characters are so dense and the simple incidents so detailed that you will be compelled to watch it again. It is unbelievable how the film has panned out, making it a must-watch.
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  • Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Shashiprasad SM Rating-8/10
Watch it for Hemanth's brilliance, the perfectionist Anantnag, the performers - Sruthi, Vashishta - and the versatile Rakshit Shetty. Last but not the least the best in the class - Achyuth Kumar. Just make sure you watch this amazing experience at the best movie theatre near you.
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  • Times Of India | Review By -Sunayana Suresh Rating-8/10
This film is worth a watch, for it manages to successfully amalgamate an engrossing story, fine performances and rich technical values. And the story can make the most rigid ones get emotional, as it makes one realize the value of parents in his or her life. Better still, watch it with your parents and enjoy this emotional roller-coaster.
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  • Deccan Herald | Review By -S Viswanath Rating-8/10
Veteran Anant Nag wows with a pitch-perfect performance. Matching him with an understated and equally stellar show is Shruthi Hariharan. Both make your day in Godhi Banna despite its inherent faults. Rakshith Shetty is just about adequate as the son. Godhi Banna should be celebrated by audiences. Daring directors like Hemanth are a welcome breed who give a new direction to Kannada cinema.
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  • Chitraloka | Review By -Chitraloka Review Rating-8/10
Godhi Banna Saadarana Maikattu has turned out to be one of the best films to come out of Sandalwood, not just this year but in many years. It has a simple story but profound meaning in all aspects. The blending of so many sentiments could not have been done better. In a style mixes realistic and commercial director Hemanth Rao has given Kannada a great film indeed.
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  • The Hindu | Review By -Archana Nathan
Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu straddles the past and the present, the self and its shadow, the father and son, the good and bad and weaves all of it into a rather enriching blend. Watch the film for Anant Nag. Actually, watch the film for Hemanth Rao who is definitely a filmmaker to watch out for.
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  • Piping Hot Views | Review By -Anand
Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu is an emotional thriller that is saved by the veterans, Anant Nag & Achyutha Kumar with Sruthi Hariharan also chipping in ably. Had the acting & editing been tauter, it would have engaged a lot more.
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cast: 
Anant Nag, Rakshit Shetty, Achyuth Kumar, Sruthi Hariharan, Vasishta N. Simha, Ravikiran Rajendran
direction: 
Hemanth Rao
story: 
Hemanth Rao
screenplay: 
Hemanth Rao
dialogue: 
cinematography: 
Nandakishore Neelakanta Rao
music: 
Charan Raj
produced by: 
Pushkara Mallikarjunaiah
language: 
Kannada
genre: 
Drama
run time: 
143 minutes
censor certification: 
U/A

Plot Synopsis
We have all lost something precious at some point in time. Friendships, loved ones, relationships, our innocence, memories even. Where does one look when something important goes missing? When SOMEONE goes missing?

Godhi Banna Sadharna Mykattu is the journey of a son searching for his missing father. In the process, he ends up learning more about life, love and happiness during this search.