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16. Avane Srimannarayana; movie review

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175 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate violence, bloody images, threat

A family bag of M&M's along with nachos and cheese offered the only way to survive the three hours of this Kannada-language fantasy adventure comedy.
Actually, I use the word comedy loosely because this was a definite titter-free zone for yours truly.
I believe that this is the first time a Kannada movie has made its way to Nottingham Cineworld whose Indian films tend to be Bollywood-only.
Indeed, I understand that this is one of the most successful Kannada movies ever at the box office.
However, its focus moved around at such rapidity, I was rather lost. Of course, this may be down to my lack of cultural understanding - there are some nods to religion which went straight over my head.
Set in the 1980s, Avane Srimannarayana stars Rakshit Shetty as a most unconventional police officer who is on the trail of missing loot.
However, to find the treasure, he has to get past rivals for the leadership of a notorious gang of bandits.
That makes Sachin Ravi's film seem much more straightforward than it is.
For example, Shetty's first scenes are in a cowboy bar. Why? Only its makers will know because the bar never re-emerges during the movie.
I digress.
Balaji Manohar plays the key villain - the son of a ruthless bandit who had killed a touring group of actors in the belief he could hijack their stolen booty.
However, their casket is empty and so the search for the treasure begins.
So here's the rub - I am aware that Avane Srimannarayana draws from religious stories around Lord Narayana and has other incarnations and further tales of Lord Rama are adapted into it.
Presumably, those with knowledge of Hinduism, Buddhism or Jainism will be able to follow these links - sadly, I have none of the above.
So, I could I only take the impish behaviour of Shetty's corrupt cop, Shanvi Srivastava's acting troupe leader and the bad guys on face value.
In which case, I can report that there are some fine dance scenes, an element of tension around the search for treasure and the movie looks good.
However, Shetty's character grated on me, the villains are one dimensional and the film is very bloated.

Reasons to watch: The most widely distributed Kannada film ever
Reasons to avoid: Very difficult to follow without cultural knowledge

Laughs: None for me
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 4/10

Did you know? The film has been released simultaneously in five languages - Kannada, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu.

The final word. Rakshit Shetty: "Srimannarayana is a mix of Sherlock Holmes and Jack Sparrow. He takes risks and comes up with a solution to complex problems like Jack Sparrow. At the same time, he’s intelligent, witty, and quirky. I don’t think there’s been a character like this." First Post

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