If you are in Bangalore, do not miss this new movie 'Stumble' running in Symphony. The movie is very Bangalore centric and narrates the tale of a typical hardworking upper middle class family who are dragged into the lure of the new economy. The story jumpstarts into the bad days of the infotech economy of the city when everyone suffered or anticipated sufferings, and goes on to make an unsuccessful attempt show a dirty side of the money flow in and out of the system. Presented through the movie are plenty of humourous incidences, with a good mix of emotions. There is a panoramic(broad?) mix of various aspects of people's daily lives that a viewer may often tend to recognise with his or her own life. Fine lines in relationships in and outside the house, generation gap, pressures to perform, pressures of money, life and work are integrated well into the story line. The strongest point of the movie is that it is not a showcase of some amazing heroics that are not to be seen in real life, but a very realistic picturization of all kind of people trying to lead their lives in peace.
Anant Nag is at his usual best in the movie. Suhasini still retains her lively personality and seems to have a long way to go. Also starring are some familiar local names like Priya Ganapathi and Mukhyamanthri Chandru. A movie not to be missed.