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Times of India
: The film narrates the story of two siblings Laxmi and Ramky who have to help each other out to get married to those they respectively fall in love with.
: The film narrates the story of a brother, who is desperate to get his sister married off. But no senti drama this. The fact is the tomboyish sister doesn't not allow her twin brother to get married before she gets hitched. Meeting her demand is practically impossible, but there is a lot at stake for the brother.
The fight begins in their mother's womb itself. It is Laxmi (Karthika) herself who kicks and punches her twin brother Ramky (Naresh) to nourish herself in the womb. After they are born, it is a battle yet again. Laxmi picks up quarrels on the roads, dances at festivals and fights. If Ramky gets into problems, it is Laxmi who thrashes the gooons.
Ramky falls in love with Shruthi (Monal Gajjar). It's Laxmi who helps them come together. But Laxmi has a demand. It comes as a surprise for the family when she reveals that she had fallen for a man and will not marry anybody but him. But Harsha (Harsh Vardhan Rane) is already engaged to be married. Ramky, therefore, has a huge task on hand. Leave it to him to achieve the impossible. As he goes about it, you can relax and enjoy the fun. Pithy dialogues, comic situations and unbelievable coincidences mark the journey. If Rajni can't (Yes, Rajnikant), then Brahmi (Brahmanandam) can, in the movie. When he just points his fingers, the villains go crashing. In another similar scene, the goons are lifted off the ground! Funny? Well, it was meant to be. There's a song that might have some appeal - shot like in a black and white era.
If you can enjoy the ridiculous, you will enjoy this. As far as performances are concerned, Naresh delivers quite well and Karthika's fights and dance are impressive. If you ignore some scenes that create confusion, it's an entertaining movie.