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Times of India
* The wedding happens in India and the cupid-stricken techie husband and pretty wife soon move to Sweden. All's well until the wife has a forewarning dream which indicates many tragic events, including the death of her husband. What follows is her desperate attempt to thwart destiny.
A different story with commendable performance by leading actors, the directorial debut of choreographer Imran Sardaria offers a refreshing experience. The hero and his ladylove sing and shake a leg as they romance in the first half while dramatic events in a foreign country keep the momentum going in the second half. However, Imran should have worked more on the script which hampers the narration in between.
The story revolves around Krishna (Ajai Rao), and his wife Jyothi (Radhika Pandit). Krishna, who has developed a software programme to help the farming community sell their products easily, takes Jyothi to Sweden as per the advice of an astrologer. She has a nightmare involving a series of tragic events. Strangely, those events repeat themselves in real life. They meet with an accident. Will the nightmare come true? The climax offers some nail-baiting moments.
Ajai Rao and Radhika Pandit breathe life into their characters with ease. Music by V Harikrishna is impressive. Cinematographer Venkatesh has done a good job by capturing many picturesque locations in Sweden.