Krishna, a tech genius, falls is engaged to Ishanya, a family friend. The latter discovers that Krishna still mopes on his college lover Nandini. What happens when he sets out to find her...
MD Sridhar, who last delivered the hit Bulbul, is back with a romantic family entertainer, a genre that he is comfortable in. This time, he takes on the pet subject of many filmmakers, first love and heartbreak.
The story as such has nothing new, but the director has come out with a refreshing story, which manages to engage the audience, almost through its screen time. There are many scenes that remind you of popular hit romances in Bollywood, Tollywood and even Sandalwood.
Ganesh, who is back with his 25th outing as a lead hero, has a role that gives him ample scope to showcase his talent, be it comedy, melodrama and even action. The two heroines, Richa and Erica, look gorgeous and play their parts well. Sadhu Kokila has a refreshingly new track and it generates quite some laughter.
The biggest highlight is Mickey J Meyer's score, which is extremely catchy. This is one of the better soundtracks of the year. Where the film lags is in the second half, where the climax stretches a wee bit. The bad graphics, especially in a scene shot in a studio, but with the Bengaluru airport's backdrop is amateur and takes away the importance of the scene.
Barring these, this is a refreshing love story, which is worth a watch this weekend with friends and family.