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Times of India
Three old-time buddies have their friendship intact over the many decades of trials and tribulations. They come across three youngsters, each of who are facing their own impediments in life. The journeys of these people and how they overcome the problems forms the rest of the story.
Director duo Shiv-Jagan have chosen an interesting slice-of-life tale as their first attempt on the big screen. The film focuses on many issues that lead to complications in lives, and try their hand at showing how to overcome those and lead lives that are happier. While the concept and idea is nice, the fact that they want to narrate too many tales and tackle too many problems in very little screen time makes it a messy potpourri.
The film has some cutesy moments, especially those that involve the older trio and their lives, priorities and banter. While the younger three actors' lives seem to have the crux of the problems that take the story forward, these end up being too hastily edited into the tale at times.
The film has some good tunes by Bharath BJ that linger on in one's mind. There are a few good performances. But that's where the good bits end. What could have been a lovely tale mixing the lives of an older trio of friends with a younger one ends up being a confused rushed up tale in the end.