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Times of India
* These three 'baddie' youths are born and brought up in a village. Their dream is to marry foreigners and live a fancy life abroad. To materialize their dream, they set off to Goa. Will they hit the jackpot there?
Swamy (Komal), Ramaraja (Taruun) and Sriki (Surya) face many problems in their village Vajarahalli. They reach Goa in search of love. Swamy befriends Rachela, a foreigner; Sriki and Tarun fall in love with Sharmiela Mandre and Sonu Gowda, owner of a casino. While Sharmiela is cool like cucumber, Sonu is possessive and harasses Tarun. The twist comes when Tarun presents Sonu the deity's jewellery that was stolen from the village temple. This shocks the other two who try to get back the jewellery and return to the village.
This Kannada version of Tamil movie Goa offers nothing extra ordinary. Sharmiela Mandre steals the show with a graceful performance. Sonu Gowda is good. The performance of Komal, Tarun and Sriki fail to lift the spirit. Arjun Janya offers some foot-tapping songs. Rajesh's camera work is good.