Orange Movie Review
Last Modified On: 07 December 2018 | Reviewed By: Rohan M
Orange Movie Review: Orange is an Indian kannada romantic entertainer movie directed by Prashant Raj starring Golden Star Ganesh and Priya Anand in the lead role. Check this space for Orange Movie Review.
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Getting caught in a tug-of-war for any individual is like you're going to be cut in half in no time. Seen in most of the sitcoms and even seen in some of the movies as well. This is what happens in Ganesh's starrer Orange which is a very clean comedy with a few double meaning dialogues.
The plot revolves around Santosh (Ganesh) who gets arrested while trying to loot a bank and the entire suspicion of the cops is directing towards him the whole time. After serving a jail term, he boards a train without knowing the destination and meets Radha (Priya Anand) by coincidence. Radha is actually a runaway who runs away from her home as her father wanted her to get married and she loved somebody else. He notices a gold bangle which she leaves behind and decides to return it to her home and the chaos bring down when Radha's family mistook him to be the husband and they decide to get them married together.
Now, it's up to Radha to stop this unavoidable mess and get married to the man of her choice.
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The direction plays a very important role and Prashant Raj, the director has made sure that the audience will get the best out of everything in this film. There are some gags in between which will make the audience rolling on the floor while laughing.
Ganesh manages to keep everyone entertained during the entire film and that is actually good too. The multi-lingual actress Priya Anand who is just one film old in Sandalwood leaves a lasting impression during the narrative. Sadhu Kokila, Ravi Shankar and Rangayana Raghu make sure that you laugh the hardest while watching this flick.
Songs in the film are a decent fare as well which can be listened to frequently during road trips to quiet times. This film will make your day if you are planning to watch this film on weekend. Kudos to SS Thaman with the composition.
Overall, this film is a perfect plan for most of the movie buffs who are looking for a light-hearted entertaining flick to enjoy. Don't miss this one!!