GenreCrime, Drama, Romance Release dateDecember 10, 2011 (India) Music directorJassie Gift CountryIndia
Release date10 December 2011 (2011-12-10) CastGanesh (Manja), Bhama (Shyloo), Rangayana Raghu (Constable Ramaiah), Suchendra Prasad (Officer Bhaskar) Similar moviesMynaa (2010)
Shyloo(Kannada: Íˆಶೈಲೂ; English: ÍˆShyloo) is a 2011 romantic dramaKannada film,starring Ganesh and Bhama, who makes her Kannada debut, in the lead roles. The film is directed by S. Narayan. Jassie Gift is the music director of the film. K. Manju is the producer.The film is a remake of 2010 released successful Tamil film Mynaa which itself was based on the 2010 movie Dog Bite Dog.
The film starts with an imprisoned Manja (Ganesh) recalling his love for Shyloo (Bhama) since childhood that becomes more intense as they grow. Though Shyloo's mother assures Manja of getting them married, she changes her mind and arranges for Shyloo to marry a rich family boy. Infuriated, Manja threatens to kill her. He is arrested by the police and given a 30-days prison sentence. Shyloo's mother arranges the marriage a day before his release and Manja escapes from prison. As the police officer Bhaskar and a constable Ramaiah handcuff Manja, Shyloo too goes along with him as they decide to get married after he is released from prison.
On their way, they encounter adventures that include an elephant chasing them and losing their way thereby reaching Kerala. From there, their journey continues, with Bhaskar becoming infuriated with Manja as he is not able to celebrate his 'Deepavali' with his family, busy running behind Manja. A parallel story reveals Bhaskar's annoyed wife Sudha and her brothers troubling Bhaskar to come to their hometown to celebrate Deepavali. However, Bhaskar soon develops a soft corner for manja as he saves him from a freak bus accident. The four go back together to their hometown. Manja and shyloo will join or not reveals the climax.
The film received positive reviews especially for performance of lead actors and was declared Average Hit
The movie was released on DVD with 5.1 channel surround sound and English subtitles and VCD.