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Times of India
Siddu (Sudheer) loves Indu (Asmita Sood) but needs first deal with her brother possessive brother and a viscious uncle to win her hand.
: At the traffic junction, the young man on the motorbike loves those soap bubbles wafting in the air. He looks around to see where they are coming from. The camera in his eyes clicks pictures of the girl he notices who is blowing them and the pics are stored in his heart carefully. Well, since he is the hero and she happens to be the heroine, he's got to fall in love with her.
If there's anything that you'll like in the movie is the acting by a dog and his witty comments. In fact, the dog has a full length and his human voice dubbed is perfect to the hilt. What he thinks, what he feels, why he's scared and what puts him off raises the humour quotient of the movie. The dialogues of practically every character make the conversations a fun. What, however, is not so funny is Siddu (Sudheer Babu) always scheming and getting his targets to be beaten up. Such is his notoriety that even his father played by Naresh is scared to even be known as his father.
Just because Siddu happens to be the hero of the film, the audience is forced to think of his actions as being right. He does, what he does, for his lady love. Strictly speaking, he does not have to do it that way. That is the characterisation of the hero and we've seen something like that in umpteen number of movies. All through the film, he has people beaten up. The 'Gabbar Singh' team has also been roped in and there is a police station scene. The police makes the gangsters beat up each other and enough humour has been incorporated into it.
As for the story of the movie, though Siddu loves Indu (Asmita Sood), there is a barrier in the form of her brother. He's got to overcome him and thinks of a way out. There is more confrontation with a political leader with big ambitions and aspirations. The politico is a menace on the roads and Siddu beats him up. Sudheer Babu shows off his six-pack, does his bit of dancing, fighting and romancing as required. Naresh puts up a sterling performance as Sudheer Babu's father.
They say every dog has his day. In this movie, it is the dog that carries the film on his shoulder.
t is important to stress here that Kalyana Vaibhogame has an interesting premise - mirroring the constant pressures that two different generations face and the resultant conflicts that could eventually disrupt normal lives. All this, is done with the help of a girl and a boy, and their not very perfect families.