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Times of India
A good show by Santhosh who has chosen a different story and has successfully passed the litmus test. Generally, it would be a tough subject to handle. Santhosh has selected a young couple -- Panju (Arun) and Kamala (Pavana) -- who are bed-ridden with polio. Panju's mother (Shruthi) takes good care of him as her husband is upset about the son's deformity. The mother gets a companion for Panju -- Kamala. They get married but their woes increase when the mother dies. Both are bed-ridden and there's nobody to take care of them. Santhosh gives a philosophical touch to the story through the narration when Panju keeps his wife Kamala happy by telling her a romantic story of a couple who fell in love, but face resistance from the girl's father. While Arun and Pavana live up to their characters, Achyuth Kumar excels in his role as Arun's father. Shruthi is brilliant in her brief appearance. Music by Srinath Vijay and cinematography by Kiran Hampapura pass muster.
This is only for those who love sentimental stories celebrating the bond between mothers and sons. Director Prakash has given the script a comical touch with M S Ramesh penning some brilliant dialogues which keep you in splits. While the first half is lively, the second half has an overdose of boring sentimental sequences.
Director has done a good job with the narration by making fun of the Kannada film industry which has the tendency to treat youngsters with contempt. The movie is a fight by a young director who swims against all odds and makes a name.