Ubuntu review: A Kannada that will inspire you to fight for your rights

Ubuntu review: A Kannada that will inspire you to fight for your rights

Ubuntu is a Kannada movie which features Shashank Shende, Sarang Sathaye, Umesh Jagtap, Bhagyashree Shankpal, Kanha Bhave and many more in the prominent roles to look for. The movie has been directed by Pushkar Shroti and he is the one to produce it too. The movie grasped a lot of attention from the people in a very short span of time.

The movie revolves around the story of a school master whose name is Shelke Master who used to live in a village in Maharashtra and fights against the odds to give his children best education by snatching from the village school only. He spends his whole day either teaching, filling up the attendance sheets, ringing the school bell, completing the syllabus and cooking that belongs to his part of Government Scheme. He did all these things for the betterment of his family but got criticized of his efforts and people of his village thought him to be mad because he stopped child labour.  One day his wife goes to help him in the work of labour but he is also scared that the villagers will be annoyed and may shut down his school.

The songs and the cinematography of the movie can be well appreciated and the concept of this Telugu movie can be well appreciated. The movie is a must watch for all Telugu viewers.



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