Search This Blog

Mr and Mrs Ramachari' Review - Best Commercial Movie

The movie is about a hot-headed guy Ramachari, who becomes a fan of Vishnuvardhan's Ramachari from Nagarahaavu after seeing the same consequences they went through. He goes to an extent to get Vishnu's Ramachari tattooed on his chest. Due to his waywardness, his relationship with his father will be spoiled to an extent where the father and son cant stand each other. Ramachari's father prefers his elder son Hari, who is docile and studious.

He hardly goes to college and mostly hangs out with his friends Dattu and Chikkappa, this becoming reason for resentment of Dattu's mom. On one of his rare visits to college, he encounters Divya who is being ragged and its love at first sight for Ramachari. Divya falls for Ramachari and he prefers calling her Margarette(Heroine's character name in movie Nagarahaavu). Its beautiful first few days for the lovers and they decide to get married. Eventually, problems start creeping in their relation and they break up. Ramachari's agrees to marry a girl his father chose to save his honor and hearing this Divya attempts suicide. Later Divya agrees to marry Aakash, a guy her mom chose.

Both marriages are set on same date and in same town of Chitradurga, where Nagarahaavu movie was extensively shot. Both the marriages are managed by "Shubhamastu" wedding planners, headed by Sadhu, who mixes up the photos of Bride and groom, leading to comic situations. On the day of marriage, Ramachari gets his fiancé married to her boyfriend Farhan and involves in a monologue with Vishnu's statue on Chitradurga fort. At the same time hearing that Ramachari broke his marriage, Divya too breaks her marriage and unites with Ramachari.

Mr and Mrs Ramachari' Review - Best Commercial Movie

You can copy this review by giving me a Credit - Akshara Bhat

No comments:

Post a Comment

Movie Review | Hindi Movie Review | Dilwale Review | Kannada Movie Review | Tulu Movie Review | Telugu Movie Review | Tamil Movie Review | Malayalam Movie Review