Mathe Banni Preethsona – Movie Review

Movie Title: Mathe Banni Preethsona

Cast: Prem kumar, Karishma Tanna, Dilip Raj and Sanjjana

Producer & Director: Ravindra

Music: Anoop Seelin

Genre: Romance-Drama

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Produced and directed by Ravindra, Mathe Banni Preethisona (I Am Sorry Mathe Banni Preethisona) releases to entertain the audiences. The movie stars Prem kumar, Karishma Tanna and Dilip Raj in pivotal roles.

The film has interesting storyline and good script but on the flip side, the story is not that novel, as it should have been, nor does the script contain the novelty. But in a capsule, the film has nonetheless values to allure the audiences who come to enjoy.

The storyline revolves around the subject, we have seen many a time in movies. It talks about a possessive husband’s suspicion on his wife’ character, who eventually repents on his deeds when the situation lands into the intensive care unit.

I Am Sorry Mathe Banni Preethsona has well been in news since the outset due to the lip-lock sequence. Now the film has hit the screens, people showed craziness in watching the flick on lip-lock mainly. Well, no matter if the viewers come to one reason. The ultimate goal is to get the viewers and that the film has initially started getting. Let’s wait and see the days to come – if the movie collects good results in future as well or not.

The film’s director HP Ravindra Das shows his skills of good execution of the subject on screen. His marvelous direction shows that the man is a good storyteller who can get the audiences glued to the screens. It also has reasons to attract the viewers for other things like the flick is a comeback of the lovely pair.

The film is a family saga laced with good story and the script.

The movie tells the story of Shyam (Premkumar) and his better half Chetana (Karishma Tanna) who enjoy the good happy life together. The life is going super smooth until one day Shyam gets a mobile phone that leads him to reach at the high-tech brothel owner named Sinchana (Sanjjana). When he bumps into her, he is given a challenge. By the time, he moors the belts to cope with the given challenge , he stumbles upon the situations where he is coerced to start generating suspicions for his better half. He begins doubting that his wife is a whore. The upcoming frames of the movie are filled with suspense and interesting elements to enjoy with.

The suspense portions and the elements of doubting the wife as a prostitute make the script gripping. The audiences are coerced to get glued to the screens till the climax.

The execution of Ravindra is a class apart. He is a brilliant storyteller and that he proves with this film. The dialogues by Guruprasad are well penned and hold values. The cinematography done by Ashok Kashyap is wonderful and first rate. Since the movie is suspense base, the good camera movements are required, which are best done by the man holding the camera. Music composed by Anoop Seelin is supremely done and mellifluous.

Prem Kumar impresses. Karishma Tanna is first rate.  Sanjjana is superlative in her role.


Mathe Banni Preethsona is a well made movie having a good story and script. The subject of the movie is attention–grabbing.

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