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Times of India
Shishir is the typical urban youngster, who has his share of experiences through romance and heartbreak. A cycle journey that he embarks on teaches him a lot about life, with the varied people he encounters.
Arjun Kishore Chandra has written, directed and acted in this film, which obviously features him most times on screen. What is refreshing is that unlike most ventures in which a hero directs himself this doesn't feature over the top stuff and remains understated at most times. There's no unnecessary heroism and no fights, instead this journey film tries to show the hero finding himself through his varied experiences. What holds this from being something remarkable is the sluggish pace of the narrative that makes it hard at times for the viewer to concentrate.
The film shows the journey of Shishir in finding himself, while experiencing love, friendship and heartbreak. His cycle journey ensures he meets different people and their words and actions make him realize his priorities. There are some interesting characters written, but the screenplay, which is non-linear, seems shoddy at times.
Arjun does a good job, given that he has the mammoth share of the screen time. The rest of the characters have small but significant roles to play, some of which is predictable. The film might not join the ranks of the new indie cinema that has made people take note of Kannada cinema, but is still worth a watch if you are game for a novel attempt.