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Times of India
The director has again brought to light the life of auto-rickshaw drivers with a trace of Shankar Nag in almost all sequences. With a neat script and narration, he has highlighted how an auto driver, who turns an RJ by imitating Shankar Nag, falls in love with a girl from Kollegal who comes to Bangalore aspiring to become a film star. The drama surrounding their romance occasionally reminds us of Sudeep's movie Mussanje Maathu.
The story revolves around Raja (Ganesh), an auto driver, who turns an RJ and becomes popular as RJ Shankar for his excellent imitation of Shankar Nag. His programme 'Naguva Gulabi Hoove...' has answers for all problems faced by the all sections of the people. But the identity of Raja is kept a secret. In another track we have Radha (Bhama), a young girl from Kollegal, coming to Bangalore to become an actor. Raja falls in love with Radha. In another twist to the story, we have Ragini, creator of Raja's programme falling in love with Raja. She does not like Raja's love for Radha. With this triangular love story, we have dramatic turns and twists with a tragic climax.
Full marks to Ganesh for his excellent performance as an auto driver. Bhama impresses you as a girl next door. Deepika Kamaiah shines with her expressions and gives life to her character. Mamatha Rahuth has given a bold performance as a modern girl. Music by Arjun Janya has some catchy numbers. Camera by Manjunatha Nayak is excellent.