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Movie Review 'Parapancha': Two plus hour of pure torture

DECCAN CHRONICLE | SHASHIPRASAD SM
Published Jan 16, 2016, 7:03 pm IST
Updated Jan 16, 2016, 7:03 pm IST
The only source of entertainment is the firing star Huccha Venkat singing his heart out.
A still from the film 'Parapancha'.
 A still from the film 'Parapancha'.
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Director: Krish Joshi
Cast: Anant Nag, Diganth, Ragini Dwivedi, Huccha Venkat, Yogaraj Bhat, Rangayana Raghu, Ashok, V. Manohar, Bhavana Rao

After the disastrous Plus, Yogaraj Bhat is back with another waste product Parapancha under his home banner Yogaraj Movies. With an unbearable torture, the director Krish Joshi has effective showcased his talent on how to successfully make a worst film. This film is best suited for contest on how quick the audience (who still dare to watch) could run away from the theatres. Truly, a sad state of affairs for the popular director Yogaraj Bhat, who has been supporting new directors in their ‘unique’ ventures, but eventually all his efforts going in vain.
 
The talented actor Diganth, who is going through a bad phase, after his dismal Bollywood venture, and his previous release Sharp Shooter missing the target, this latest venture, is simply rubbing salt on his wounds. Krish Joshi, who has used all his cinematic brain deserves full credit, posing challenge towards testing one’s patience! He does succeed, as many who had to watch the first show are still reeling under extreme ‘mental’ pressure, and some even experiencing nightmares!
 
With certain similarities with the film 90 released in 2011 starring Sadhu Kokila, talking about the effects of compulsive drinking habits, the badly scripted Parapancha is about several characters from different section of society who come to a family bar and restaurant named Parapancha. All gas, but no perfume, the makers did try to sell the awful product by gaining publicity using nudity (the protagonist played by Diganth who runs away from home without a single piece of cloth on his body), and a desperate measure to encash the sudden popularity of Huccha Venkat by making him sing and featuring him in a song.
 
The other best talents which indeed test the patience is the acting brilliance of Yogaraj Bhat and Rangayana Raghu. As Yogaraj Bhat claims that there is a huge public demand to ‘stop’ acting on big screen, this one definitely affirms his statement. Rangayana Raghu, is the icing on cake with ‘overdose of overacting’ skills. In addition to these two, there are no dearth of such talents which just keeps coming back to maintain the level of irritation. The only source of entertainment is the firing star Huccha Venkat singing his heart out. A ‘world’ at ‘piece’ by Krish Joshi!

 

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