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Times of India
Two men in her life and she does not know who to choose to be her life partner. Tough decision to take but by not taking a decision she makes it more tough not just for herself but for all around her. Taking a decision matters but taking it at right time matters more. And taking the right decision, of course, all important.
Bandhavi (Pooja Doshi) is heart broken. The family that was to come to seek her hand in alliance for her son cancels their visit. They come to know that there are some police cases against Bandhavi’s father. Much as she is in deep grief, Bandhavi tries to make the situation light for her parents by taking them out for dinner and ice-cream. She get’s an advice from her grandmother. “Why don’t you choose a man yourself and get married to him?” she asks her.
That makes Bandhavi break herself free from her shackles. With some egging from a friend, she speaks to a stranger. Karthik (Sai Ronak) is a bit taken aback but nevertheless they become friends. Bandhavi makes another friend took. Kranthi (Harish Kalyan) who instantly falls in love with her.
To her friend’s shock, Bandhavi, a physiotherapist (at Osmania General Hospital in Hyderabad), dates booth Karthik and Kranthi simultaneously. It leads to a situation where they come to blows. For her inability to take a decision beween both of them, Bandhavi blames it on her education an all-girls only school.
For a while it appears that there is some suspense about who Bandhavi would choose but director Pattabhi Chilukuri lets the bag out of the cat. From the way he projects one of the two boys, it becomes two obvious that it would he who would ultimately bond with Bandhavi.
The director also gets a colleague of Bandhavi beaten up at her work place because he is also interested in her. Well, those circumstances are created just so that there could be some humour in the movie. It got no laughs.
The movie has some good music and background score. It completely revolves around Pooja who gets a meaty role. The camera also seemed to have fallen in love with Pooja’s face. Sai Ronak and Harish Kalyan put up sterling performances. Nothing particularly great about the movie to suggest not to miss it.