‘Raghavendra Stores’ movie review: A hotchpotch Jaggesh film with few bright spots

In Santhosh Ananddram’s  Raghavendra Stores, the shift from one plot point to another is so abrupt that it’s hard to comprehend the film’s central theme.

You think the film is about Hayavadana (Jaggesh), a diligent cook at a traditional eatery called Raghavendra Stores, and his struggles to find a bride at 40. As you get warmed up to his quest to find his significant other, you are introduced to a parallel track of a corrupt political party worker Kumar (Achyuth Kumar). He fakes generosity at a local mutt that houses hundreds of orphaned children to get an MLA ticket ahead of elections.

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