‘Savari’ is a man’s journey of self discovery. Described delightfully in ‘Gamyam’, the same tale pales somewhat in comparison. Yet, ‘Savari’ is not without its attractions, begining with Raghu Mukherjee. The model has come a long way from ‘Paris Pranaya’ and has filled out as well!
In contrast is Kamalinee, who is forced to show the bubbly spirit within, only in her liquid brown eyes. The woman in her is on full display, a perfect foil to Raghu. Some may even find her stately.
As for Kitti, it is time directors stopped trussing him up. His comic timing is spot-on; the actor’s enjoyment and subsequent growth in the role is evident.
Velraj’s camera has had a nice outing in Sakleshpur, Kudremukh, Yediyur and Kukke Subrahmanya.
Manikant Kadri’s tunes take time to grow upon the listener. Srikar Prasad’s scissors have slipped a bit. ‘Savari’ promises a fun-filled outing for sure.