Mr & Mrs Ramachari Movie Review – Punching dialogues galore holds the average Storyline of Yash starrer


Moview Review of Mr & Mrs Ramachari

By Madhukar KR

Planet Movies Rating – *** / 5

Punching dialogues galore holds the average Storyline of  Yash starrer

“Those who pass exams know to get job offer, but those who fail know how to lead life.”
Girl asks “why don’t you come to class ?” For that Yash replies, I am not class.. I am mass ! These are some of the punch dialogues among many in Yash & Raadhika Pandith starrer Mr & Mrs Ramachaari.

The story revolves around a fan (Yash) of kannada thespian Late Dr Vishnuvardhan & a college going girl Divya (Radhika Pandit). He is inspired by the Ramaachari character of Naagarahaavu kannada movie which is the debut movie as a hero of kannada actor saahasasimha Dr Vishnuvardhan. The film reminds us of the cult classic “Naagarahaavu” in the beginning of the film. Apart from the childhood scenes & the names of the protagonists being Ramachari & hero calling the heroine as Margerat (screen name of heroine in Naagarahaavu movie), the connection between the vishnu starrer Naagarahavu & Yash’s Ramachari ends there.

A decent girl Divya (Radhika Pandit) is smitten by the rough & tough character of Ramachari (Yash) after he saves her in encounters with the goons which is typical of any masala commercial movie. She then tries to transform Ramachari (Yash) & she fails in the attempt & thus the duo breakup just during the interval. Ramachari who is not liked by his father for not being a studious son, undergoes a change of heart once he starts seeing the good side of his son & repents for not being a good father to him during his childhood.

Circumstances force Ramachari to obey his father to agree for marriage with his friend’s daughter. What happens next forms the rest of the story. Will Divya become Mrs Ramachari is anybody’s guess ! The story falls flat on its face & is quite predictable in that sense.

However what saviors the film is the sizzling chemistry between Yash & Radhika Pandith who are rumoured to be real life romantic couple. The dialogue delivery of both Yash & Radhika Pandith is commendable & they both are extremely watchable pair on kannada screen of this age.

Director Santosh Anadraam being an excellent dialogue writer has delivered it again in his directorial debut film. He has written dialogues for Gajakesari & Jaanu earlier which were Yash starrers. Veteran actor Sreenath, Achyuth Kumar & Malavika have actted well with comedy of Sadhu Kokila forms a formidable ensemble cast.

The songs of the film are strictly average & only the screen presence of Yash & Radhika saves the show apart from good song picturization.

The film is lavishly made & it reflects well on the screen. The national anthem played in the movie seems to be a gimmick. There are too many actions scenes added just to establish the heroism of Yash to please his fans.

Overall, though the story is average, the film being a swamake & with good dialogues its a one time worth watch.


Directed by Santhosh Ananddram
Produced by Jayanna
Written by Santhosh Ananddram
Starring Yash
Radhika Pandit
Music by V. Harikrishna
Cinematography Vaidy S.
Edited by K. M. Prakash
Jayanna Combines
Release dates
  • 25 December 2014
Running time
156 minutes[1]
Country India
Language Kannada

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