Synopsis: Bharat, played by Diganth, travels with his family to Coastal Karnataka to look for a bride for his elder brother; an arrangement made by the family members. Over the span of two days, a lot of events unfold around Bharat and his family members. What to look for in the move: dialogues, screenplay, music and its cinematography.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Yograj Bhat
  2 nominations.


"Five colors, give

meaning to life."

"Five colors."

"Same melody, same tune,

but a different song."

"The rhythm is different."

"Same cloud, same sand,

but a different rain."

"The smell of rain is different."

"Five colors."

"Five colors."

"Look, the butterfly is

flying away sucking the honey."

"Five colors."

"The same funfair, the same market,

but the flower is different."

"The weight of the

flower is different."

"The same evening, the same rock,

but the waterfall is different."

"The same waterfall."

"Five colors."

I've been telling you.

I've two daughters.

I want you to look for two

grooms for these two girls.

Mister, I request you to spit

out the betel leaf first..

...and then talk to me.

Okay. - I don't understand

when you talk to me normally.. can I understand when

you're chewing and talking to me?

Listen, I'll tell you now.

- Go ahead.

She's Lata. She's my daughter.

- Lata.

Even she's my daughter. Ambu.


- Hi. - Ambu?

You've named her after a cattle.


- Ambika is my cousin's daughter.


- She's my uncle's son's daughter.

She's my uncle's daughter.

Brother's daughter.

She lost her parents in childhood.

So, you adopted her.

Tell me, who do you

want me to look for a guy?

The one who's

sitting on the table ..

...or the one who's

sleeping on the sofa?

The one who's

sitting on the table. Lata.

Panchakshiri, last time you

wrote down everything and..

...even took her photograph along.

I always get confused with

the faces and the names.

I deal with the alliance of

about 150 guys and girls daily.., it is obvious that

I'll forget everything.

The other day, I got thrashed

as I questioned a married girl..

About looking for a guy for her.

It is good sign to get thrashed.

You'll earn a lot of money.

Then why don't you

start this profession..

Stay quiet. Talk to

him about the alliance.

No problem. From a

small village to America..

...whichever guy is born I've his

details and horoscopes with me.

Girl, did you like any guy

in the photos that I gave you?

No. - You both are

answering me at the same time.

You could've told me one by one.


- No. Let's go.

We are toiling so much

to find a guy for her..

But if she refuse to get married

to any guy, what will we do?

I've a doubt whether

God exists or not.

There's a problem if He exists and

a problem if He doesn't exist too.

God really exists.

All the male Gods

call me and ask if..

...l've any alliance of

any Goddess with me.

Panchakshiri, you

say you look for ..

...alliance even for

God and goddesses

can't you find one

suitable guy for my daughter?

There's a guy. Well educated. He's

a software engineer from America..

...when I showed his

photo to Indians

...everyone wanted a groom like him.

He's the one. Like Bill Clinton.

His father had posted his profile..

...on my

have a look at him.

Leta, come here.

- Yes?

Look at him.

- He's from America.

He's nice.

- He's already booked.

He's already sold out.

I think she liked him.

- But he's already booked.

Sir, give a try. Convince

that guy and get him home.

Let's see what happens next.

So, you want me to

cancel that booking?


- Panchakshiri, please try.

Okay. It is God's game plan. Who

knows who is in whose destiny?

Let's give this

contract to God to cancel..

...that alliance and fix another.

Please, do that.

"Move your body."

"Move your body."

'His name is Bharat Kumar.'

'His grandmother had taught

him to tie a sari to dolls

...of Dussera (Hindu

Festival) when he was young.'

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