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Times of India
In the typical village in Mandya is a dysfunctional bunch, which included oldies manning the panchayat, young boys who have gone astray, a widow who is shoulder the burden of her family and a cunning lawyer. When the village sees a good teacher enter, can she bring forth reforms?
That the Thithi actors are in demand for village-based scripts is known. Luckily, this film ensures the actors gets roles more than just caricatures. The film tries to address various social issues that are seen in the villages, be it civic, social or gender related. Though, what could have been a good film about these problems ends up using stereotypical characters and refuses to move beyond just an average narrative.
Geetha, as a struggling widow, is impressive and one wonders why she isn't seen as much on screen in Kannada. Newbie Meghana Gowda also makes her presence felt. The ensemble cast performs what is expected of them, though they often end up being too loud.
Watch this film if you don't mind village capers that deal with social issues or if you are a fan of the Thithi actors.