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Times of India
A romantic story set in a village has been heard and read many times. It's perplexing why director Pradeep Raj chose an age-old story and given it a cosmetic touch. It's all about romance between Santhu (Sathish Neenasam) and Geetha (Subhiksha). Geetha's father, Bette Gowda (Suman), chooses another groom for her without knowing that Sathish is in love with her.
On wedding day, Geetha is kidnapped by Santhu's friends. The story develops strongly from here when Geetha's father sends his men in search of her. They find the couple and beat up Santhu. Santhu leaves the village for two years and comes back to find that Geetha is still not married. The story ends on a happy note. The story goes on expected line with unnecessary placement of songs.
Though Satish Neenasam is good at delivering local Kannada dialect, he has to improve his expression, which many times are fast and not comprehensible. Subhiksha could have done a better job of her role. Music by D Imam has some good tunes. Camera by Ramesh Chakravatrhy is average.