Top star Shivarajkumar’s recent release Tagaru has been receiving positive reviews and appreciation from all around since its release for its unique screenplay. Directed by Suri, Tagaru is about a cop, played by Shivarajkumar, who is on a mission to clear the baddies in the society, one of them played by Dhananjaya. Tagaru opened to a grand release but witnessed few hiccups after fans of Shivanna felt that the actor shouldn’t have been abused by the villain, however the film picked up after the weekend with positive word of mouth. The latest to appreciate the film is another top star, Kichcha Sudeep, who has heaped praises on the film, the director and all the actors. In a blog written by him, Sudeep speaks about every element about the film and lauds every person associated with it.
“A unique narration confuses the mind in the beginning. Multiple Characters deepen this confusion further.. Director throws light on everything as th film flows ,clearing all confusions leaving behind a feel tat this team has tried something new in their story telling which is superb,” wrote Sudeep about Tagaru in his blog.
Speaking about director Suri, Sudeep wrote, “Suri has this ability to pull of such scripts n probably the only one who can conceive such rustic locations n characters which such ease. How many times do we actually remember the characters names while walking outta the theatre !!? Suri has his own naming encyclopaedia ,,coming out with names ,,,Chitte,,Cockroach,, etc which so easily stays fixed in our minds.”
Speaking about performances by Shivanna and antagonist Dhananjaya, Sudeep says, “High time Shivanna speaks the truth as to where he gathers energy from. This never ending energy of his speaks for him in this film. Loved Dhananjay in th film.. His screen presence is awesome. Ashista’s voice dominates him at times .. what a voice. His subtle performance is captivating.“
Sudeep has a special praise for music composer Devaraj and said, “Music is a strong element of this film,,holds the film when there are subtle scenes n moves with equal momentum when required. Congrats to this new kid on th block.”