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Times of India
Ajai is an aspiring rockstar, who has a band. He comes to Bengaluru to win a competition, albeit nursing a broken heart. He meets a bubbly Anjali. Does he give love a second chance?
Raghava Loki has given the viewers an old-fashioned tale of love, heartbreak and second chance in a new template. The film is good-looking, has actors who impress and has tried to keep it as urban as possible. But, the fact that he's also used the template of a few commercial must-haves has ensured this film lags and outstretches its welcome.
The story deals with Ajai, a rockstar from a small-town, coming to Bengaluru with his band to win a competition. He meets Anjali, a student, accidentally, when she breaks his car's side-view mirror by mistake. Then begins a game of oneupmanship, which is quite enjoyable to watch. Between these games, Anjali ends up falling for Ajai. But, Ajai, who is heartbroken after losing his first love in an accident, is adamant on living with his dreams and memories only. Does he have a change of heart?
Krishna Ajai Rao is a treat to watch in such roles, for they are right up his alley. He's also given his fans just what they want. Debutante Anisha Ambrose is impressive, especially in the comic scenes. Pranitha looks good in her cameo. Gurukiran has come up with come impressive tunes for this film.
The film could have been a clincher, for it has all the elements of a family drama, had it been shorter. Though, watch it once, if you must.