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Super Aliya- Kannada

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Cast: Kashinath, Madhuri, Panchami, Sudhir, Sathyabhama
Director: Rajendrakumar Arya

Kashinath, known for his films like Anubhava, Avale Nanna Hendthi, Sura Sundaranga, has acted in a double role in this film for the first time in his career.
It has the same old story-hero in a double role, some comic scenes, fightings, running around tress and nothing more.

Ganesh (Kashinath) is an autodriver. His sister Lakshmi (Vijayalakshmi)’s returns ho his house as her mother-in-law (Sathyabhama) demands dowry. He tries his best to give dowry and send her back to her in-laws’ house. But he does not succeed. Meanwhile, Vijay (Kashinath), son of a businessman, returns from America after his father’s death. But manager Manappa (Sudhir) and accountant Seenappa (Kunigal Nagabhushan) try to kill him for property. But he escapes with minor injuries. Ganesh’s mother and sister take care of him thinking that he is Ganesh. When Ganesh comes back, he is horrified to see Vijay at his place. Vijay tells his story to Ganesh and they both decide to exchange their places. Ganesh teaches a lesson to Manappa and Seenappa while Vijay gives him the money to be paid as dowry and Lakshmi to her husband’s house.

Kashinath’s acting is as usual but Director Rajendrakumar Arya has not fully utilised his talents. Madhuri and Panchami, who have made names in teleserials like Gauthami and Kaveri, fail to impress. Costumes are weird and songs are routine. Dialogues by Kunigal Nagabhushan are not as expected. The director seems to have lost his grip over the story and the movie goes haywire.

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