Producer: CMR Shankar Reddy and Keerthy Swamy
Director: AP Arjun
Cast: Dhruva Sarja, Radhika Pandit, Tabla Naani, Nagathihalli Chandrasekhar, Raju Thalikote and Tarun Chandra
Music: V Harikrishna
AP Arjun’s Addhuri, the Kannada movie, is a love story that stars Dhruva Sarja, Radhika Pandit, Tabla Naani, Nagathihalli Chandrasekhar, Raju Thalikote, Tarun Chandra and others. V Harikrishna scores the music for the film whereas it is the production of CMR Shankar Reddy and Keerthy Swamy.
The film tells the story of Poorna (Radhika Pandit ) and Arjun (Dhruva Sarja) – both are in love. They are famous as Achhu and Rachchu. They are in love for last one year. Prior to her father’s taking decision about her marriage, she decides marrying Arjun at a registrar office. Arjun too agrees for the same since he is love with her. But when the time approaches, she goes there but Arjun does not appear there. She waits and waits but he does not turn up. She goes back. Atjun then comes to her hostel at midnight. Poorna now decides to go back to her home in New Delhi.
The next day, she is there at the railway station where she wants to buy the ticket but it is not available. The next train for Delhi is for next week. Now she is to stay back here for one week. Arjun gives her an option to spend one week with him. She hesitantly agrees to the option. On fourth day, she gives Arjun a shocking news that she is going to get married to Tarun, a software engineer.
On fifth and sixth day, both maintain go happy friendship. Lovers later turn up friends. What happens next is what an interesting saga to watch on celluloid.
The story is not novel but carries weight. AP Arjun writes the story. Screenplay is powerful and has been written by AP Arjun himself. Although it carries faults but they are ignorable since the overall effect is interesting and viewers get pleasures. Dialogues are well written and the credit again goes to one man AP Arjun.
Cinematography is appealing. Editing is okay. Music by V Harikrishna is melodious.
Dhruva Sarja delivers powerful performance and attracts the viewers. Radhika Pandit allures the souls with her luminous performance. Rest of the cast too attracts with their parts.
On the whole, Addhuri is a well-executed love saga which has interesting story and good script to lure your hearts.