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Times of India
What happens to a young boy when he can't say 'I Love You' to a girl whom he loves most. Director R Chandru has excellently captured the feelings of a youth who struggles to convey his feelings to his girlfriend. Watch it with your family and friends.
Full marks to director R Chandru who has heart-warmingly woven a romantic story inspired by a real life story. Armed with a brilliant script and punchy dialogues, Chandru has combined sentiment and a little bit of action to showcase the dilemma of the hero who falls in love with his classmate in school but struggles to convey his feelings to her due to unforeseen circumstances. The storyline is thin, but very well handled with maturity and rich sequences.
The story revolves around Mohana (Nenapirali' Prem) who is in love with Radha (Meghana Gaonkar), his classmate. His love for her continues even after he completes his education and gets a job abroad. Though Radha is very close to Mohana, she is unaware of his love for her. Mohana gets two chances to express his love to Radha. Once he writes a love letter to her, but the letter lands on the table of the college principal (Rangayana Raghu) who advises him to concentrate on his studies first. On the second occasion, he goes to Radha's house to express his feelings, but her mother, a nurse, begs him to forget
Radha due to the class divide. Unable to express his love to Radha, Mohana goes away to the US on a job. But a get-together in the school brings Mohana back to his village with the hope of meeting Radha at the reunion of students. She does not turn up. He visits her house only to get a shock of his life. What is that shock? Will he be able to express his love to Radha? Don't miss the emotional climax.
Though the narration keeps you guessing the next move of the hero throughout, Chandru could have trimmed the reunion function sequence before the climax. Prem steals the show with his marvellous performance. Meghana Gaonkar impresses you with her pleasant expression and dialogue delivery. Rangayana Raghu is graceful as principal. Music director Hari's numbers are sure to catch youngsters by surprise, especially 'Radhe...Radhe...' song. Kumuda impresses in her brief appearance.
Full marks to KS Chandrasekhar for his brilliant cinematography.