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Times of India
A good comedy show by director S Narayan who has also donned the role of one of the heroes. We are seeing Nani, Moni and Rammi after a gap of nearly a decade. Don't look for a serious story. Just watch and enjoy the comedy.
Mukhya Manthri Chandru, a meat shop owner takes hero Nani (S Narayan) to buy a cow called Lakshmi. They are looking for the house where the cow is available but wrongly enter the house of Sundarraj who is waiting for a prospective groom for his daughter Lakshmi (Sanathahi). When Chandru and Nani enter their house, Sundarraj thinks that they are the people who came to see his daughter. The comedy starts when Nani and Chandru ask questions about the cow and Sundarraj, confused by the questions, answers them all thinking that Nani had come to see his daughter Lakshmi. The sequence ends on an excellent comedy note. This is one of the several sequences in the movie that brings a smile on your face.
With a good script, director Narayan has done his best to keep the story on a hilarious track. There is confusion, chaos and trouble too with one Swamiji and Robert who are trying to get a 'Nagamani' kept in a shelf by Rajamandri Rajalakshmi (Umashri). How do they do it is another comedy.
While Ramesh has done a better job than Mohan and Narayan, Sanathani, Sushma Raj and Manasi have done justice to their roles. It is Umashri who scores over others with her brilliant performance. Music by Arjun Janya fails to impress.