Title – Pathi Beku.com, Producers – Rakesh, Srinivas, Manjunath, Direction – Rakesh, Cinematography – Yogi, Music – Kaushik Sharma, Cast – Sheetal Shetty, Arun Gowda, Krishna Adiga, Harini, Rakesh and others.
Pathibeku.com 116 minutes cinema is having lot of good elements to watch. Director Rakesh has given an interesting film. Firstly the crisis of the family in getting daughter to find a match is an aspect that connects widely in the society.
When sixty boys for the match of Bhagya is a sorry figure, it makes her to work as broker Bhagya. She wants her own way to find the match. Like how the general tendency is about tell hundred lies but marriage should happen....here director utters one ‘Sullu’, a lie that becomes liability for Bhagya.
With a simple thread director has looked at various possibilities. The free style of performance on the one side and screenplay not protracted makes you sit inside the theatres.
Bhagya alias Broker Bhagya had seen many high drama in the house. This time she convinces her parents to utter a lie with relatives and friends that she is ‘Blind’.
On the other hand she found a macho man for her match. The demand of Arun Gowda put before broker Bhagya is that the girl should be blind. He has his own reason for this because he is a rowdy. He does not want his wife to watch it.
Broker Bhagya sends a photo of her and put another demand he should also pretend as blind. Once the marriage takes place some more developments happen and that you have to watch it on silver screen.
Sheetal Shetty has enjoyed the role and her casual style of acting and dialogue delivery is first plus point of the film. In fact more dialogues with comedy situations were required for Sheetal Shetty.
Arun Gowda fits the role completely; Krishna Adiga and Harini rendered very good support.
The only song in the film Yakappa Dyavare Adisthiya Kyabare…is very meaningful. Cinematography by Yogi is passable.
Love is blind; lovers are pretending as blind, cinema is a blindfold game!