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The storyline of the movie is quite different from the regular 'Gandhinagar style'. Armed with an excellent script, director Mahesh
Rao has handled the sequences very well with good narration without giving any room for the audience to lose their patience. It combines everything that GenNext wants in a story that moves on two tracks with an excellent climax. The director has also woven in the story the link between politicians and policemen who come together to bury a case.
One track of the story focuses on Lakshmi (Sindhu Loknath), who works as a domestic help in an apartment. We have one hero Madeva (Niranjan) who works as an assistant in a roadside eatery. He falls in love with Lakshmi. In the other track, we have Kavya (Shwetha Pandith), a simple and humble girl studying in 12th standard, who falls in love with Sandy (Abhishek) of the same apartment. Sandy makes her to believe that he is in love with her. He takes some inappropriate photographs of Kavya and circulates them as MMS. Kavya comes to know of this and deserts Sandy. There is twist to the story when Lakshmi comes to work in Kavya's house. Sandy decides to take revenge on Kavya by throwing acid on her. But Lakshmi becomes a victim. The following sequences are full of drama with Madeva being made a scape goat. How? Don't miss the drama till the climax.
Shwetha Pandith is a 'Big Boss' of the lot with an excellent performance as a college girl. There is life in her character which forms central theme of the story. Sindhu Loknath is equally good. Nirnajan impresses. Abhishek as Sandy is good. Camera by Sabha Kumar and music by Arjun Janya are other highlights of the movie.
This is a decent remake of the Tamil film Vazhakku Enn 18/9. Good.
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