Duration – 120 minutes, Category – Crime thriller, Score – 4/5
Title – Puksatte Lifu Purusoththe Illa, Producer – Nagaraj Somayaji, Direction – Aravind Kuplikar, Music – Vasu Dixit and Poornachandra Tejaswi, Cinematography – Adwaith Gurumurthy, Cast – Late Sanchari Vijay, Matangi Prasann, Rangayana Raghu, Achyuth Kumar, Srinivasa Meshtru, Raghu Shivamogga and others.
A new director with very good sensitivities has taken birth from this engrossing entertainer ‘Putsatte Lifu’…Pursoththe Illa. That is Aravind Kuplikar. He is an actor and theatre personality. He has measures this pack of assorted sweet box ‘Puksatte Lifu’ with high degree of skill. You have no reason to miss this film. The cops withdrawing from honesty for what reason is very sensitively narrated.
Another high point of this Aravind Kuplikar debut direction is the performance of richly talented actors. We have ‘Ayyo Paapa’ actor Sanchari Vijay, a beautiful Matangi Prasanna, the delectable performance from Rangayana Raghu, Achyuth Kumar further heighten the caliber of this good content oriented film.
The police department misuses a lock maker Shahajahan (Sanchari Vijay) and for the frauds, this innocent Key Maker becomes the key victim. The innocent Shahajahan now requires Rs.5 lakhs for the treatment of his brother health problem. Fed up of poverty and opportunistic police he hatches a plan to bail out his brother from brain tumor.
Here also innocent Shahajahan becomes victim. He pounces on the residence of a judge and at a peculiar place; he finds huge money but picks only Rs.5 lakhs from the lot. The police do the rest of robbery but the onus of theft obviously falls on Shahahajan.
Now it is keeping away from ‘Masters of Kallaru’ – police for Shahajahan. How he escapes, what happens to the missing complaint filed by Shahajahan lover Matangi Prasann…. Arrives the intelligent cop Rangayana Raghu. Rests of the screenplay delivered watch it on silver screen.
Debutant director Aravind Kuplikar shines because he has taken the acting from veterans with ease. The easy flow of screenplay not bothering the viewers recommends for family view.
Sanchari Vijay repeatedly makes us to say ‘He should have been alive’. Rangayana Raghu and Achyuth Kumar steal the show. Srinivasa Meshtru gives a memorable performance. Matangi Prasann as a lawyer who digs to the case of her missing Shahajahan gives a commendable performance.
Advaith Gurumurthy cinematography is one of the heroes of this film and two songs in this film are apt.
Without a miss you can buy the ticket to watch this film ‘Puksatte Lifu’ Purusoththe Illa.