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Times of India
The story revolves around deaf Harikrishna alias Hakka (Ravishankaragowda), blind Bhuvan alias Bukka (Tabla Nani) and a corpse in front of Hakka's bookshop. The movie's hero could actually be the ATM card left behind by a person, who gets murdered by Pooja (Radhika Gandhi). Pooja and Kamath (Santhosh Bhandari), who work for gangster (Aravind) assume that the card is with Hakka. Hence, they follow Hakka and his close friend Bukka. After many encounters, they trap the duo in a hotel in Mangalore and get the ATM card. But there is a twist to the story which is not very convincing.
With a poor script and weak narration, the director fails to impress in any part of the movie. While Ravishankaragowda and Tabla Nani give a comic relief, Jayasheela steals the show with her excellent performance. It's better if very little is discussed about the movie.
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.