Male Nilluvavarege (2015) Kannada Movie Review | 6 Critic Reviews | S Mohan

Male Nilluvavarege Review

Mohan, Sharath Lohitashva, Dattanna, Karisubbu, Suresh Prabhu, Kavitha Borah
Male Nilluvavarege (2015) Kannada Movie Poster
S Mohan
S Mohan
S Mohan
D Prasadbabu
Laya Kokila
produced by:
S Mohan
Drama, Thriller
run time:
120 minutes
censor certification:

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Male Nilluvavarege Kannada Movie Review

Critic Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)

  •  Bangalore Mirror | Review By -Shyam Prasad S Rating-6
Apart from the suspense, Mohan fills up the rest of the film with soft erotica. Every female character in the film including the veteran MN Lakshmi Devi is used for this purpose. There are three femme fatales whose only job is to show cleavage, thunder thighs or navel.

  •  Times Of India | Review By -GS Kumar Rating-6
It may be inspired by the English play Deadly Game but Male Nilluvavarege is a thriller with a desi touch. S Mohan, who's also donned the actor's hat for the film, weaves an interesting plot, which boasts of a neat narrative. The movie doesn't need myriad locales and situations

  •  Deccan Herald | Review By -S Vishwanath Rating-4
Too slow paced to sustain interest and patchy in its script, Male Nilluvavarege is all about how guilt-ridden conscience meets its nemesis in the end. The film, utilising typical tropes of mystery thrillers, speaks of how a playboy is snared into an inquisition where he unwittingly confesses to his crime.

  •  Chitraloka | Rating-6
Mohan returns with a Herculean effort with Male Nilluwavarege. He has not only acted in the lead role but also written the script, dialogues and lyrics apart from producing and directing the film. It is a suspense thriller that has most of the story unfold in the span of one night. Mohan

  •  The Hindu | Review By -Muralidhara Khajane
The audience needs to have lot of patience to watch Male Nilluvavarege , with a tag line Beware of Rain, as it is dialogue driven thriller drama woven around an incident that takes place in one night. Though Male (rain) is being used as a metaphor for romance and love these days

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