Cab company owner Sai (Sairam Shankar) adores a software employee Chaithra (Jasmin Bhasin) and the girl rejects him. Few months later he falls flat for a bank manager Simran (Priyadarsini). Chaithra who couldn’t forget Sai proposes him on the same day when Simran accepts his love. Surprisingly, Sai admits both. Sai decides to marry both the girls and in the process he takes them to Bangkok.
Sai introduces one to the other girl as best friends. They spend good time at Bangkok and finally Sai reveals his version of love for both the girls. How, both react to his proposal. How their parents retort? Whom Sai finally settles with?
Movie Advantages :
1. Few comedy scenes
Movie Drawbacks :
1. Logic less story
2. Pathetic screenplay
3. Heroines performance
4. Awful cinematography
5. Weak editing
6. Noisy music
7. Jaya Ravindra direction
8. Comedians wasted
Dillunnodu has superb padding with top comedians such as Sapthagiri, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, MS Narayana, Satyam Rajesh, Brahmanandam etc on board. All of them were wasted totally though Sapthagiri was good at places. With logic less story, pathetic screenplay and immature direction Jaya Ravindra made it as an awful movie.
New age love story doesn’t mean one can love and marry any number girls. In this movie, our hero proposes to marry two girls. Hope, we are yet to reach this trend. What kind of a message this director is giving to the youth in society?
Sairam Shankar performed up to his characterization and dances are good. Heroines Jasmin Bhasin and Priyadarsini didn’t even care to match lip sync with dialogues. Neither they looked glamorous nor did they perform well. Other artists are okay.
Songs are noisy and background score is middling. Cinematography is poor and editing is feeble. Songs placement is wrong and production values are mediocre. Overall, Dillunnodu is not a worth watch movie in theaters.