Mahesh Rao's new directorial Kannada venture "Santhu Straight Forward'' was released all around India on October 28, 2016.

This Kannada movie stars Yash, Radhika Pandit, Shaam and Saikumar in the lead roles, and after the initial show, positive reviews are coming out from the cinema halls.

Sandalwood audiences are praising Mahesh Rao for crafting the movie in such an excellent manner; that too loaded with many action scenes.

Even though "Santhu Straight Forward" is locking horns with Upendra - Kicha Sudeep starrer "Mukunda Murari", it has succeeded in creating a decent buzz among the audiences, and as per latest updates, most of the release centres have marked an attendance of more than 70 percentage in the opening shows.

A classy commercial entertainer

Mahesh Rao is a master in crafting commercial flicks, and he has already proved his ability through movies like "Murali meets Meera" and "Bhadra".

Watch public response in Bangalore:

When it comes to "Santhu Straight Forward", the director has repeated the same magic and has crafted an excellent entertainer with adequate elements of romance and action.

The movie showcases the story of a straight forward person, who is strong willed and is daring.He is quite powerful in his acts and will do anything to stop the injustice which prevails in the society.

Dominant performance from Yash

Young actor Yash has put up a decent show in this movie. His looks were are charismatic, and his chemistry with the lead heroine Radhika Pandit is a real treat to watch.

He has excelled in both action and romantic scenes.

Veteran actor Saikumar is the surprise package in this movie, and he literally captured the hearts of the audiences whenever he comes on screen.

Watch trailer video:

Expected theatrical revenue

Considering the number of theatres it has reached and the positive responses coming out, this film may collect more than Rs 10 Crores by the end of this weekend.

The film will compete with two other big movies released in India today.

Stay tuned for updated collection reports.

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