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Times of India
Devru is an orphan, who encounters three women through the course of this film. Each woman plays an important part in his life, shaping his personality and choices.
This film by Kiran Chandra is akin to the brand of cinema that Upendra is known for. Heavy on dialogues, it has references to women, morality and the society in general. That said, the film ends up being just a remote tribute rather than an engaging watch. One of the biggest reasons for this is the fact that the film is well over two-and-a-half hours long, which can be trying on a viewer, especially when they are used to films that are are two hours long or shorter in recent times.
The film begins on a good note, with an innovative introduction to the hero and his love interest. But, as the story progresses, the plot gets too jumbled with a lot of unwanted additions, which could have easily been done away with. The three heroines and their takes on love makes for a good watch to the gallery, especially the boys. Though, with the way cinema is evolving, one wonders if a little gender sensitivity is required for filmmakers and their scripting team before they embark on their filmmaking journeys.
Samartha has a role that allows him to showcase his dancing, theatrics and action skilla. Deepti Kapse is impressive. Ugramm Manju entertains as the comical bad guy. The film has its good moments, but can prove to be a long watch. Watch it if you're interesting in the Upendra brand of cinema, though this is just a patch on the same.