Patre Ajith and Harshika Poonacha starrer Beet has hit the theatres today. P Ghanashyam is the director of this youthful entertainer. Kaddi Vishwa, Giriraj BM and Amith are seen in key roles in Beet.Yashas Films have produced the film.
Bharat (Patre Ajith) and Tanu (Harshika Poonacha) are madly in love with each other. They get married and then the trouble sets in the paradise.
Bharat and Tanu constantly compare how their lives before and after marriage. The rest of the story forms in how they reconcile their differences.
The film is narrated in switching over to past and present kind of format. Story and plot per se there is nothing new to offer. The disappointing factor is despite having good actors performing well in their roles, the story doesn’t engage the audience.
The music drags the story even more. Unwanted placement of a sad song, a drunken song and random duets make it even more bore. The fight sequences are also very forceful.
The music, camera work and editing also doesn’t aid much to the film’s effective performance.
Overall, Beet is a regular beating around the bush entertainer with nothing new to offer.