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Times of India
As the name itself suggests, it is a story of two close friends who help each other in meeting fulfilling their wishes. Director P C Shekhar has selected a good story, but has spoilt it with too many indecent dialogues. It's a time-pass movie mainly catering to B and C centres. Though the first half is okay, the second half is too noisy with an overdose of loud dialogues.
The plot is simple. Ranganna (Rangayana Raghu) comes to Bangalore from Rampura village, looking for Venkateshwara (Avinash), his maternal uncle, for his signature to sell a property in the village. But Venkateshwara cheats him stating that he himself would buy the property and give money to Ranganna. He takes the signature of Ranganna but does not pay him the money. Ranganna becomes close to Khadim (Sadhu Kokila), a petty thief, who is in love with Sandhya (Roopashri), a money lender in a market. As the story progresses, Venkateshwara's daughter (Ashwini Gowda) falls in love with Ranganna. The story takes a turn for the good for both when Ranganna promises to get Sandhya for Khadim, and Khadim promises to get Ranganna his maternal uncle. How they do it is filled with fun and comedy.
While Rangayana Raghu and Sadhu Kokila have done to the expected level, Roopashri shines as the bold money lender. There is nothing new in Arjun Janya's music. Camera by Kumaran is also average.