Kannada film directed by K. S. Ravikumar
Kannada film directed by K. S. Ravikumar less
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The story is no great shakes. It is as old as hills. Its that of a doppelganger brothers. One good, godly and naive to a fault. The other big, badman who takes the corrupt billionaires by the horns. With veteran Ravikumar at the helm and Abhinaya Chakravarthy in dual role, Kottigobba 2 turns out a big bonanza for his loyal fans. Stylishly made, if the first half of the film, is racy and fast paced, it is in the second half, towards the end, that Kotigobba 2 loses his steam. With Chikkanna adding his own brand of bawdy comedy the film, which has music by Imman, indeed turns out a timepass fare and full paisa vasool.
What however works wonderfully for Kotigobba 2 is not its key star nor the attendant drama or build up. It is the magnetic presence of Nithya Menen who with her mesmerising and magical, enchanting eyes, simply floors the viewers as also Sudeep who plays her besotted lover.
The story though is about how a villanious Shiva covets stealthily from the corrupt billionaires and crorepatis in trying to fulfill his father's dream of a son full of money and driving a Merc. But at the receiving end of both the corrupt police officer Krishna and the bad men is Sathya, who is incharge of real estate firm. As said while Sathya plays the cat and mouse game with Krishna and the crooked cronies, fans have their wallet worth of fun.