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Times of India
This movie is for the young hearts. There is mischief, romance, pranks and a fight too in the story with a Yogaraj Bhat touch. It's a timepass movie that keeps you engaged with good dialogues and lively narration.
Director Yogaraj Bhat has drafted a neat script based strongly on lively dialogues that keep you entertained every moment. Don't look for seriousness in narration. It's full of pranks indulged by the hero, his friend and the heroine. Perhaps, the director could have cut the length by 15 minutes to make the movie more interesting.
Our hero Venkatesha (Yash), who loves to write poems, hails from a village. He has a friend Sathisha (Neenasam Sathisha) who plays pranks on villagers and enjoys life. But their lives change when Venkatesha falls in love with Nandini (Radhika Pandit) and Sathisha with Chandrika (Sindhu Loknath), a girl who can't speak. While playing mischief, Venkatesha is caught in a bind when he shaves off college principal Shalivahana's (Suchendra Prasad) head and ties him under a bridge. Circumstances force the trio to stage a drama where Nandini had to act as the principal's daughter. The intention is to unite the principal's estranged wife Gayathri (Malavika) with him. In another track, we have Nandini's father D'Souza (Sampathkumar) facing the wrath of don (Lohithashwa) for killing his son. The rest is full of drama mixed with pranks.
Ambarish needs special mention for his excellent performance as a soothsayer using his dolls. His expression and body language are superb. Full marks to Yash for a lively performance. Radhika Pandit has done a neat job. V Harikrishna walks away with honours for his excellent numbers. Krishna's cinematography is pleasing to the eye.