Anant Nag, Rakshit Shetty, Sruthi Hariharan, Vasishta N Simha and Achyut Kumar starrer Godhi Banna Sadharna Mykattu has hit the theatres today. Hemanth M Rao is introduced as director with this film to industry. Pushkara Mallikarjuna is the producer of Godhi Banna Sadharna Mykattu.
Venkob Rao (Anant Nag) is suffering from Alzheimers and is admitted in an NGO to get treatment. His son Shiva (Rakshit Shetty) doesn’t have time to take care of him and he is more focused on going to US and settling there. Dr Sahana (Shruthi Hariharan) works in the NGO and she takes care of Vencob. Sahana takes special care of Vencob and they became good friends too. One day Shiva before going to US comes to take his father out and take him for shopping. After Sahana’s instructions also Shiva fails to take proper care and Vencob goes missing.
Parallely a don and his team Ranga (Vasishta) plan to murder a governor. They kill him and are on a mission to hide the body. Ranga and the team start their mission to hide the body and they set off in a truck. Co incidentally the lost Vencob gets into the same truck to get back home. The rest of the story forms in how Shiva and Suhana track Vencob and do the notorious gang succeed in hiding the body and not getting caught.
Debutant director Hemanth strikes the chord with the audience. He has come up with a very engaging screenplay and impressive performances too. Charan’s music is also an added advantage to the film. The songs are catchy and background score races the pace of the movie.
Anant Nag is the man to watch out for. He has performed really well as an Alzheimer patient with comedy shades here and there. Rakshit seamlessly brings in various variation of being self centered to the man who realizes his mistake. Sruthi pulls of her goodie doctor image role with ease.
Godhi Banna Sadharna Mykattu is worth a watch. The humour, emotion and the importance of parents and their value. This week we highly recommend this film!