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Times of India
: The film is about the relationship between a boy and a girl who get introduced to each other over internet, and traces the events that follow the boy's visit to meet his girl for the first time.
There is a potential danger in infusing profound subjects of social and moral relevance in 'supposedly' thriller tales. They stick out like pimples on a fair skin. The experience is even more repulsive, when that touch of subtlety goes missing and the narrative with its sickening pack of social awareness campaign, melodramatic interludes and half-hearted attempts at telling a story, is reproduced mundanely.
gets off with serial murders. The task is simplified by showing one murder followed by inter-cuts of newspaper clips to suggest that a series of murder has been happening. The setting is Malaysia, which soon changes to Coimbatore, where a young guitarist played by Arjun Lal is shown over-flowing with love for a girl from Malaysia and they meet over social media. Murder investigation and a romance take the tale ahead briefly, until the director pulls off the suspense. But how he reveals the crucial moment,would make even a casual viewer guess what is coming.
As if to provide meat to the plot or in his attempt to explain the choice of a theme, a barrage of scenes follow where the dangers of social media relationships , the travails of rich kids who are not cared much by the parents and those villainous guys lurking in the society to prey on naive kids, are portrayed. This is where the film slips into being a good seminar enlivened by a nice power-point presentation exhibiting video clips and remarks.
Arjun Lal can be proud of his persuasive voice, apart from that he doesn't hold much promise for the future, as his presence, despite being the lead ,is remembered for a completely ill-fitting hair style