Krishna and Rukmini are cousins, living in a small town, always fighting in their oneupmanship games. Deepis down, both have a strong bond of love. But, do they realize this in time?
This is the fourth in the Krishna series, which stars Krishna Ajai Rao. While the first three have been original stories, which featured the happy-go-lucky common man prototype Krishna, this one has a similar role for Ajai, albeit it being a remake of the Telugu hit Uyyala Jampala. The story, setting and characters are all familiar, yet the cinematography, music, performances and treatment ensure the viewer walks out satisfied.
The story is all too familiar, two cousins, one rich and other not as much, are always at each other's throats. While they despise the other at face value, deep down they care for the other to an extent that it is true love. Will they realize their true feelings in time? Can their love story have a happily ever after?
The best bit of the film is the fact that both Ajai and Amulya are apt choices for their respective characters and they do a good job. The freshness of their pairing works to the film's advantage, no doubt. The story, with due credits to the original scriptwriter, has just the right amount of humour and romance, without unwarranted tracks spoiling the flow of this love story. The climax may seen a tad prolonged, but that can be forgiven considering that films of this genre merit that amount of drama towards the end.
The music and cinematography are major highlights. In fact, the songs aren't yoked in unnecessarily, and the ones that are in the film linger on. Go ahead and watch Ajai and Amulya fight and love, it is worth an outing.