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Times of India
Director Chakravarthi has done a good job of a romantic story with an excellent mix of motherly sentiment and a tinge of comedy.
What happens when two lovers get separated? Director Chakravarthi has brought onto the big canvas the trauma of the boy, a bit of violence and motherly sentiment. In total, it's a good movie that can be watched once.
The story revolves around Kanteerava (Santhosh) who falls in love with Kaveri (Meenakshi) of the same village Gajanur. He always shares his thoughts with his mother (Sitara). The movie begins with clippings from Rajkumar movie Kasturi Nivasa which has some links to the movie. The story takes a turn when families of Kanteerava and Kaveri take strong objections to their romance. This also creates rift between the two families. Coming to know of the developments, the lovers, with the help of friends, elope from Gajanur and come to Chennai.
Unknown to the place, they meet a rickshaw driver (Bullet Prakash) who gives them shelter in his small house. But a local rowdy tries to rape Kaveri and Kanteerava kills him. Other rowdies attack him and throw him into a canal. What happens next? There is some interesting turns and twists to the story.
Santhosh has a long way to go to prove as an actor. Meenakshi is impressive. There is nothing much in Shakila's role. Anup Sileen's music is quite good. Camera by Anantha Urs and Wali is pleasing to the eyes.