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Times of India
It's a movie for the youth. With freshness in narration and script, director AP Arjun has chosen a romantic story that is likely to attract the Gen Next. Don't look for a serious storyline, just enjoy the dialogues, action and songs with your loved ones.
A star is born. Dhruva Sarja has proved in his first movie that he can be a future star in Sandalwood. With excellent dialogue delivery, body language and a lively face, Dhruva is set to rock the film industry if he continues like this. Full marks to director AP Arjun for the excellent screenplay which focuses on romance laced with brilliant action sequences by Ravi Varma. While the first half is amazingly lively, the second takes a serious turn with a climax ending on a happy note.
The entire plot focuses on the romance between Arjun (Dhruva Sarja) and Poorna (Radhika Pandith). On their wedding day, Arjun fails to turn up at the registration office, leaving Poorna upset. Then starts a love-hate friendship between them. The plot thickens when Poorna introduces Tarun (Tarun Chandra) to Arjun and tells him that she's engaged to him. Unperturbed, Arjun narrates his romantic days with Poorna to Tarun. Poorna decides to leave for Delhi to get engaged to Tarun.
The story takes a new turn here when Asha (Anushri), a friend of Poorna, tells her why Arjun couldn't come to the marriage registration office and how he saved her life that day. The incident changes Poorna's attitude towards Arjun. What was the incident?
Radhika Pandith has given life to the role with a neat performance. Tarun Chandra is graceful. Anushri has done a good job too. Music by V Harikrishna has some extraordinary tunes and cinematography by Surya is marvellous.
Director Sathish Pradhan has neatly captured the rollercoaster ride of a young girl who aspires to become a film star. Reality hits hard when she finds film personalities blatantly seeking sexual favours from her.
Sumanth Shailendra, the debut hero with matured acting, has given life to the story from the beginning to the end. Director BN Vijayakumar's narration is fresh as he has treated the story in a different way.