Gange Baare Thunge Baare – Pleasant film
Posted by harino1 on May 5, 2008
In a triangular love story the efficient director Kokila Sadhu comes out with a significant screenplay and in the climax he applies a simple answer. However with good looking faces on screen keeping aside vulgarity and violence here is a pleasant film for the hot summer.
A vibrant youngster Harsha an electrical engineer forced by his father come to the house of his father friend to change the whole electrical wiring of the huge house. Harsha comes with his team but he has to tame the two bubbly Ganga and Thunga along with his professional job. In this house there is another young girl the sick Yamuna is delighted with Harsha’s caliber. Harsha brings smile in the face of Yamuna and wins the hearts of everyone in the family. The heart of Harsha has also fallen for Ganga a cool and composed beauty. Ganga although loves Harsha is afraid to express it because of her cantankerous sister Thunga. From the childhood whatever Ganga has liked Thunga has snatched. Meanwhile the arrogant Thunga express her love to Harsha which he is not interested. To the surprise everyone Thunga takes a daring step and follows Harsha after he finished the assignment. Looking for Thunga rigorously the inmates find Thunga in the house of Harsha. Thunga compels her family members that Harsha should accept to marry her. Knowing the hot temper of Thunga everyone accepts and Harsha is given another task to take Thunga to her house. Now Ganga is obviously upset. How Ganga and Harsha get relief from Thunga is interesting part in the climax that is in the marriage of Yamuna.
Prajwal has a significant role to play. He is caught between two lovely looking girls and mother sentiment. He does a fine job in dance, romance and action. He has to further grow in emotional department. Sunaina is the best charmer in her debut Kannada film. She has that daringness to perform on screen with skin tight costumes too. Gayathri is not all that bad. The elders Ramakrishna, Bhavya, Srinath have rendered good support. Bullet Prakash is irritating in the last reel of the film.
Shekar Chandru camera angles are OK but lighting is poor in the first half. The Alcazar song capturing is catchy. There are three songs in this film ‘GBTB’ melodious scored by director Kokila Sadhu.
It is worth your ticket price.