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Times of India
Shaan has made a promising debut with Basu Ade Hale Kathe. However, there's scope for improvement when it comes to script and narration.
There are two sub-plots in the film. It begins with Shaan falling in love with Shobina, who's also close to a common friend. This creates a doubt in his mind regarding Shobina's intentions. They develop differences and part ways. But so strong is their hatred, that they both plot each other's murder. The other part of the story shows a married woman taking to prostitution because of her limited means. The dilemma of such women is brilliantly portrayed in the narration, which shows how people misuse them for their benefit.
While Shaan needs to improve his acting skills, Shobina has done a good job. But it is Kavya who deserves accolades for her stunning portrayal of a helpless woman. CR Bobby's melodies are catchy; cinematography by Ganesh is average.