Kannada movie ‘Dvandva’ review: A Gripping Tale of Good vs. Evil

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The Kannada movie “Dvandva“, directed by Bharath Lakshmikantha, is all set to release in theaters on September 22, 2023. The film stars Thilak and Anitha Bhat in the lead roles.

Dvandva” is a romantic thriller about a young couple caught in a web of deceit and betrayal. The film explores the themes of love, loss, and revenge.

Lakshmikantha is a well-known Kannada filmmaker who has directed several successful films, including Mugulu Nage and Ulidavaru Kandanthe. He is known for his realistic and character-driven stories.

Thilak is a rising star in the Kannada film industry. His performances in films such as Love Mocktail and Dia have made a mark.

Anitha Bhat is a popular Kannada actress who has starred in several hit films, including Kirik Party and Bell Bottom.

Story:

The film begins with the introduction of the little girl, who is suffering from hyperthymesia. She has a photographic memory and can remember everything she has ever seen or heard.

One day, the little girl witnesses a crime committed by a politician. The politician tries to silence her, but she refuses to be intimidated. She decides to speak out against him, and she becomes a target for his revenge.

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The film follows the little girl as she tries to escape from the politician and his goons. She is helped along the way by a stranger, and together, they try to expose the politician’s crimes.

Dvandva is a suspenseful and thrilling film that explores the themes of good versus evil, power versus corruption, and the importance of standing up for what is right. It is a film that is sure to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Summary of the plot:

The little girl, named Aadya, is a bright and curious child. She has always been fascinated by the world around her and loves learning new things. However, she is also a very private person, and she doesn’t like to share her thoughts or feelings with others.

One day, Aadya witnesses a crime committed by a powerful politician named Rajendra. Rajendra is a corrupt and ruthless man, determined to cover up his crime. He tries to silence Aadya, but she refuses to be intimidated.

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Aadya decides to speak out against Rajendra, and she becomes a target for his revenge. Rajendra sends his goons after Aadya, forcing her to go on the run.

Along the way, Aadya meets a stranger named Ajay. Ajay is a kind and compassionate man who helps Aadya escape from Rajendra’s goons. Ajay and Aadya team up to expose Rajendra’s crimes, eventually bringing him to justice.

The film’s trailer was released recently and has generated a lot of buzz among audiences. The trailer promises a gripping and suspenseful thriller with strong performances from the lead cast.

Dvandva” is produced by Karthik Gowda and Praveen Gowda under the banner of KRG Studios. The film’s music is composed by B. Ajaneesh Loknath.

In an interview with a leading Kannada newspaper, Lakshmikantha said that Dvandva is a special film for him. “This film is a departure from my previous work. It is a romantic thriller with a lot of twists and turns. I am confident that audiences will enjoy the film,” he said.

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Thilak and Bhat also expressed their excitement about the film. “I am grateful to Bharath for giving me this opportunity. I have tried my best to do justice to the role,” said Thilak.

“I am really excited about the release of Dvandva. It is a very well-made film with a strong story and screenplay. I am confident that audiences will love it,” said Bhat.

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