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Times of India
: The film tracks the love triangle involving a young business man and two women and how the course of their lives changes as their love progresses.
: London Bridge
is all about romance. A dandy young entrepreneur Vijay (Prithviraj) driven by money suddenly finds himself dealing with love and that too from two women. There is one rich girl who holds dazzling prospects for him and another one whom he later falls in love with after an accident.
From the onset,
despite all its emotional content, is undone by predictability. The challenge is to prolong the ultimate sequence where true love will blossom. Nothing really happens in the middle part to save the plot. It's overtly a straightforward, plain storytelling that squeezes in romantic duets pictured in the most colourful backdrops.
There is a wealth of grandeur in this film, contributed by the extravagant use of pricey, sporty cars, rich well-decked mansions and hotels befitting the lifestyle of the lead protagonist. Sentimentality is inevitable but is over played, the effect gets completely washed off with the tears and sighs of the characters.
The plot suffers from a definite lack of freshness, the characters forced to prod along the timeless, much-trodden path of late realization, bundle of remorse, baggage of generosity and the eventual convergence of events on an optimistic note.
Notable performances are found wanting in a film that gets lost in an emotional labyrinth. The attempts at portraying the noble transformation of a young man from being ambitious to amicable are faint. None of them linger along to create the desired effect.