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Times of India
: The filmmaker tries to fashion a heart wrenching drama out of the movie but ends up churning out a snooze fest.
: The melodrama clearly outweighs the comedy in the movie which begins on happy vein but ends up on a rather heavy one. We have Laddu Babu, an obscenely obese guy who is butt of ridicule. He drives an old Lambrata like scooter and wears thick glasses, has multiple chins and is the epitome all things boring. In short the ultimate fat boy underdog.
Like most men of marriageable age he hopes to find the one for him. But his father, Kishtaiah has a vested interest in getting his son hitched. Because that would grant him the power to sell his ancestral home and live his dream of relocating to Goa.
In his desperation to get Laddu Babu married Kishtaiah goes out seeking the most unacceptable of brides who are either too fat, short, ripped or even balding. But our man falls for Maaya (Poorna) at first sight. Vexed with his dad's desperate ways he rebels only to be shunted out of his home.
That's when a schoolboy Murthy (Atulit) comes to his rescue. Murthy convinces Laddu Babu to move in with him. Murthy is the only son of his widowed mother. Meanwhile our man purses his lady love even as he comfortably settles into Maaya's home. However, Murthy has his own secret agenda. From here on the movie just descends into nonsensical melodrama.
The filmmaker tries to fashion a heart wrenching drama out of the movie but ends up churning out a snooze fest. To make matters worse the rather amateurish prosthetic make up of Allari Naresh does little more than make him look like a caricature. His performance is restricted to the dubbing we're afraid. Kota Srinivasa Rao and Bhumika Chawla carry off their roles pretty well but to no avail.
The child artiste Atulit has the author backed role and he does a decent job of it. The music turns out to be a huge disappointment. Besides a rare few funny moments there is nothing in this film that's really worth watching.