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Times of India
: Adi and Avi, who study in the same college, come up with a plan and pretend to be a couple; however, neither of them know that the other person has a different agenda altogether.
: The girls seem to be making too many demands. Expecting too much. Acting too funny. Being very unreasonable. Throwing too many tantrums. And they feel it is their right to be like that? And the boys who go bonkers over their girls stoop low to conquer. That's precisely is what Adi (as in 'daddy') is totally against.
Adi (Sumanth Ashwin) comes up with a new concept. Why should girls have all the fun? He lectures his friends that instead of them running around the girls, it should be the other way round. He sells his theory. The girls, understandably, are taken aback with the boys ignoring them. They feel miserable. If Adi's got a concept that's changed the nature of the boys, Avi's comes up with an idea to counter that concept. The girls pin their hopes on Avi, and eventually with her plans working out, the boys once again behave like boys, running after them and doing their bidding.
Adi and Avi throw a challenge at each other. Adi will behave like Avi is his girlfriend and Avi too will consider him as her boyfriend. Avi will try to make Adi express his love for her and Adi tells her he will never ever do that.
Smart as she proves to be, Avi is clearly winning at every stage. And one day, it happens in front of everyone. Adi declares his love for Avi. He accepts that his concept has failed and it is not right for boys to expect that it should be girls who should be the first ones to express their love. But Adi gets a shock. Avi tells him that she does not love him and her only purpose in moving around with him was to prove that his concept was wrong.
Avi goes back to her hometown Visakhapatnam but Adi follows her from Hyderabad. Avi's wedding is fixed with another boy as she consents to the proposal that her parents bring. What will Adi do?
A neat film with an interesting story told well, except that it could have been trimmed a bit. The locales, cinematography and music make the movie watchable. The plain Jane image that Rehana has is an asset to the movie and she impresses with her acting skills. Ashwin Sumanth has a concrete, well-scripted role, which, however, is a bit too serious for a youngster.
Avi or Adi may have posed a challenge to each other, but it is director Vema Reddy who wins it as you will discover how, if you happen to watch the movie.