How did the movie end?
Sapta Sagaradaache Ello provides a beautiful journey that spans love, sacrifice, and the harsh realities of life. Directed by Hemanth M RaoSapta Sagaradaache Ello (Somewhere Beyond the Seven Seas) takes the audience through an emotional saga in its sequel, Side B.
It stars Rakshit Shetty, Rukmini Vasanth, and Chaithra J. Achar in the lead roles. The director weaves a story that unfolds in two different directions. Each side is marked with a specific color palette, showing the change from peace to dynamism.
How did Rakshit Shetty’s film end?
The film picks up the story ten years after the events of Side A. It begins with the main character, Manu (Rakshit Shetty), being released from prison in 2021. The story also ‘ show the challenges involved in the second wave of the pandemic, telling the impact on Manu’s life and the town.
One of the special features of Side B is the excellent combination of music and cinematography. Charan Raj’s background score, echoing the emotions of both sides, closely matches the narrative. Moreover, songs like “Kadala” leave a lasting impression on the viewers. Cinematographer Advaitha Gurumurthy captures the essence of Bengaluru at night. She skilfully uses light and darkness to portray Manu’s longing for his lost love, Priya (Rukmini Vasanth).
The narrative unfolds as Manu tries to rebuild his life, seeking help from his friend Prakash (Gopal Krishna Deshpande). He soon meets Surabhi (Chaithra Achar) on the way. Meanwhile, Priya faces financial hardship, while her husband, Deepak, remains unjustly imprisoned.
The film looks at the complexity of human relationships and the longevity of true love, emphasizing that love is not rooted in possessions but in finding joy in the happiness of the lover. As Manu’s unwavering loyalty takes center stage, the audience is taken on a journey full of emotional highs and lows.
Rakshit Shetty’s performance in B-Side stands out, showcasing another side of the actor. His portrayal of Manu has been hailed as one of his best performances as he undergoes a physical and emotional transformation for the role. Despite having fewer dialogues, Rukmini Vasanth delivers an amazing performance that immerses viewers in the emotions of her character. Apart from them, Chaithra J Acharya adds depth to the story with her role as Surabhi.
Sapta Sagaradaache Ello – End of B side explained
The end of the film leaves the audience with a sense of poetic ambiguity. The open height makes viewers think about what happened to the characters. Viewers keep wondering whether Manu finds solace or Priya settles, and whether justice is served. The use of objects, both literal and symbolic, contributes to visual storytelling. This creates a tapestry of emotions that lingers even after the credits roll.
Director Hemanth M Rao’s deliberate pacing and attention to detail, sometimes leading to repetitive scenes, add to the overall impact of the film. The sequel, Side B, maintains consistency with Side A while exploring new aspects of the characters’ lives.
In the end, Sapta Sagaradaache Ello Side B ends Manu and Priya’s poetic love journey, gently moving and circling back to where it started near the calm shores. The ending of the film invites reflection, leaving viewers to question the characters’ destiny while making it a memorable and inspiring cinematic experience.