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Nam Areal Ondina

Released On: Jul 23, 2010

As the title itself suggests, it is the story of one day in a local area. Its about the struggle of few youths in a particular area and what is the struggle is yet to be seen in the theatres. Meghana who has compeered many shows in TV turns heroine through this film. Rakshith, Ravi Teja, Pratap, Mandya Ramesh among others play prominent roles in the film.


  • Genre: Action
  • Director:Arvind Kaushik
  • Cast:Aneesh, Meghana Raj
  • User Reviews (1)


    adarsh July 25th, 2010 11:27 a.m.

    i think one of the well made movies in kannada industry. Director has done a great job. Anish, Megana and Rakshith had done fantastic acting skills.

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    By Sunayana Suresh Published: Jul 24, 2010

    This one is truly the sort of film that would create a huge fan following for the hero and heroine in Tamil Nadu. Real, raw and extremely sleek — this one fits into the new wave that's begun in Kollywood. What's the hitch you ask? It's a Sandalwood flick and the industry seems to be taking only baby steps towards that direction.

    The story of Nam Areal Ondina is told in a sophisticated and intelligent manner. Parallel screenplay and superb cinematography, along with a well-written narrator's script ensures there is no boring moment. The hero and heroine, who are people we come across in the streets everyday, have well-rounded characters that manage to evoke a tear when required and their chemistry makes us go 'aww'.

    A lower middle-class girl dreams of living a life 'happily ever after'. She flips for the local neighbourhood wastrel after he manages to woo her with his antics. While he's sweet and loves her immensely, will he be her prince charming who will ensure a smooth sailing thereafter?

    Nam Areal Ondina is a bittersweet symphony, with no over the top emotions or melodrama. This is life as it is, raw and uncut.
    Will this film work? It has all the chances to do so. Post the success of Krishnan Love Story, where Radhika Pandit essayed a practical girl, Meghana can evoke similar compassion. Aneesh too has all the makings of a good hero, for he dances as good as a Yogesh, fights as well as Vijay and his dialogue delivery is as charming as Ganesh's. And through this film, there's another promising name added to Sandalwood, for Arvind's storytelling and editing is at par with the best in Indian cinema.

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