Kiran (Ravi) is all gung ho about getting into engineering college. He falls in love with Preethi and life seems perfect amidst all the fun and frolic of college life things start going wrong when Kiran starts getting accused of things he’s not done. It turns out he has a look alike, Shankar.
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Kiran (Ravi) is all gung ho about getting into engineering college. He falls in love with Preethi and life seems perfect amidst all the fun and frolic of college life things start going wrong when Kiran starts getting accused of things he's not done. It turns out he has a look alike, Shankar.
: Watching the movie is like watching a badly made TV serial from the nineties on the big screen. It's one of those movies that the critics will suffer before they disappear into oblivion, what we call an occupational hazard. The worst part isn't sitting through it, but trying to write a review. It's entirely your call if you still want to read on.
So we have two lookalikes - Kiran and Shankar - who are as different as chalk and cheese. Kiran is a pampered engineering student while Shankar is a ruffian who has an ace to grind with a notorious drug peddler. Their paths keep crossing accidentally as they keep getting mistaken for the other, triggering off a slew of not-so-funny episodes of mistaken identity.
The jokes aren't funny, the acting appalling, music mediocre and the filmmaking a little too amateur and made with the skill of a bad hoe video. It's just incredible that such movies get made in the first place.
: Watch it at your own risk, it is as bad as it gets.
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