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Times of India
Director V Lava should update his knowledge in filmmaking. Though the movie has a good story line up, it is full of violence and brutal killings that do not go well with family audiences. While story doesn't build up well in the first half, the second half is better but for the last 15-minute sequences that are sure to shock peace lovers.
It is a romantic story between Prakash (Rakesh Adiga) and Mumtaj (Nayana). Prakash is so fond of her that he even gets his tongue tattooed with her name. Initially, Mumtaj does not accept him, but gradually falls for his love and the both decide to escape from Ayodhyapuram even though Mumtaj is engaged to another boy Asif. The story takes a curious turn when Prakash is sent to jail after Mumtaj is found dead. The hero also faces the wrath of Asif's men when they cut off his tongue in revenge. The rest is gory sequences with a sad end.
Rakesh has done a good job. Nayana, with a pleasant look, has done justice to the role. Achyuthkumar ends up with just shouting. Music by Sagar and camera by William David are okay.