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Times of India
Many villains conspire to take on Chirayu who is a Good Samaritan. His good deeds land him in trouble and a couple of rowdies vie for his blood. But their tricks hardly succeed as the hero is Chirayu (immortal).
Chirayu (Prashanth) saves the daughter of a tea shop owner from rowdy Muni. He beats Muni black and blue. This irks Muni's brother Badri (Avinash) and he wants to take revenge. He forces Aru (Shubha Punja), daughter of his assistant, to trap Chirayu, pretending love. Unaware of the plot, the hero falls in love; fights all evil forces and emerges victorious.
Director Prashanth impresses with his good narration. Thought the movie begins with a shootout, the first half is dedicated to tell the love story. But too many murders and bloodshed follow.
'Orata' Prashanth needs to improve his dialogue delivery. Shubha Punja is bold and beautiful. Avinash's rowdy avatar is worth a watch. G R Shankar's music is good.
Deepak (Prateek) is looking for a job but is not ready to give up his casual attitude. Wherever he works, he incurs the wrath of his boss for his inefficiency to handle the assignment. Be it working on a new project or deal or taking foreign delegates to a village, Deepak along with his friend Manoj (Sunil) somehow manages to goof up.
Chirayu (Prashanth) saves the daughter of a tea shop owner from rowdy Muni. He beats Muni black and blue.