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Times of India
A new star is born in Sandalwood. Rachita Ram has presented an excellent performance in her first movie that has sentiment, action
and comedy. It is a mass entertainer tailor-made for Drashan fans.
A remake of Telugu movie 'Darling', Bul Bul has all the ingredients of a masala movie with perfect entertainment for the mass. A good show by director MD Sridhar who has aptly changed the script and given it a 'Desi touch' that is sure to keep Darshan fans in good mood. The narration is lively in the first half and takes a serious turn in the second half with a touching climax. Perhaps, the director can think of trimming the movie by at least 20 minutes to make it more enjoyable.
The first half of the movie has a romantic touch with Vijay (Darshan) falling in love with Kaveri (Rachita Ram), a girl from Singapore. There is a turn to the story when Nisha, daughter of a don (Sharath Lohithashwa), falls in love with him. But Vijay is not interested in her. The don uses his muscle power and forces him to marry his daughter. Vijay narrates him the story of how he has fallen in love with Kaveri. He says she is suffering from memory loss after a car accident in Singapore and that she does not have anyone to look after her. The don develops sympathy for him and leaves him saying he would convince his daughter to forget him.
The second half has a message for good friendship where we find boyhood day friends Amar (Ambareesh), father of Vijay, Ramesha (Ramesh Bhat), Vishwanath (Ashok), Apparao (Tennis Krishna) and others meet at a place to celebrate their friendship after many years. Kaveri, daughter of Vishwanath, also comes to the house of Amar where all friends meet. Then starts the romantic line when Vijay, who was her boyhood friend, tries to win her heart. There are many hiccups. We have Rishi (Sridhar), son of Appa Rao, also trying to win her heart. Even Kaveri's father likes Rishi. Amar too promises Vishwanath that he would get Rishi and Kaveri get married. But the story takes a curious turn with all their plans going topsy turvy. What is it?
Full marks to Darshan for his marvellous and lively performance. Ambareesh steals the show with his graceful performance. Rachita Ram is amazing with her dialogue delivery, body language and excellent expressions. V Harikrishna has given some excellent tunes to the lyrics of Kaviraj. Krishnakumar's cinematography is amazing.