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Times of India
If you've only seen a hero chase his lady love into submission in every movie, here's a character who is shy and scared at the very sight of a girl. How the man is brought out of the deep freezer and brought to room temperature is the journey of the story.
And how you wish you hadn't taken the lift that Sri (Varun Sandesh) so willingly offers to anyone who wants a drop! His journey is tiresome to say the least. It takes a long time to make a man out of the boy and the director's wisdom dictated that he use a woman in flesh trade (commercial sex worker, to use a politically correct term) to bring about the change in Sri.
Sri's grandfather, we are informed was a playboy, and so the grandmother makes sure Sri behaves himself well and not emulate her husband. As managing director of a software firm, Sri realises his company has fallen into crisis. The only way he can pull it out of crisis is by taking the help of another industrialist who is too eager to help him financially. His only condition is that Sri should marry his daughter who has fallen in love with him.
Sri has to go to Goa on business and his friend goads him to allow an escort (more politically correct term!) to go with her. Neeru's (Haripriya) assignment is to make him shed his fear of women and get rid of his shyness. She uses her time-tested wiles and is disgusted when Sri remains in his cocoon.
Neeru makes some of her conditions clear when she takes up the `contract' to accompany Sri to Goa but making an exception she takes care of Sri when he is unwell. That is when she stirs a change in him. Putting aside her `professionalism', Neeru does some plain talking to him about women.
All that Haripriya gets to do for most part of the movie is look and act seductive. While the only response that she gets from Sri is indifference, the audience wonders if the irritation that she is will persist all through the movie. Mercifully, sometime after the interval, there is a makeover. Haripriya is refreshing, carries herself well and makes sense.
Varun Sandesh is carried away by his character. Sad that he had to suffer a role that one could see only restricted him as an actor. Well, he chose it. If you choose to watch it, you might just end up looking at your watch most of the time.