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Times of India
Three oddball friends embark on a road journey to Karwar for a friend's birthday. Joining them on the trip is the quintessential 'Bombay hudugi', who sets their hearts aflutter. Each has his own plans to make this girl 'his', but a twist in the plot changes many things.
Bombay Mitai falls in the league of the Hindi Golmaal and Masti franchise. The plot of the film is quite simple, each of the protagonist wants the dream girl and will do anything to impress her. Director Chandramohan has done a commendable job in making a simple, fun film, sans any action. The film also is a great platform for current 'in-demand' Chikkanna to hit the big league, for he's got a chance to showcase that he can dance and romance, with both evoking ample whistles.
The film is about three unlikely friends - a suave casanova, a goofball and a 'local' comic banana-seller. While it is hard to wonder how these three would have become friends, their characters and situations are well-sketched that you don't ponder upon more such questions. These three friends are off to Karwar for a birthday party and joining them is a hottie. These friends fall in love with her. Alas, the birthday boy who they meet in Karwar, also lusts for her after getting drunk. What happens then?
The story is crisp, has a lot of fun moments and easily works in the 'time pass' movie genre. But, the screenplay loses steam in the second half of the film for a bit. The performances are light-hearted and just what the director needed. Chikkanna, easily, is the star of the film. Disha Pandey holds her own and could land up more offers. Niranjan is fun as the goofball, while Vikram does justice to his role. Bullet Prakash, too, excels in his role. Watch this one for some mindless fun.