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Times of India
: It's feels like the filmmaker took the scripts of Manmadhudu and Mr Perfect and put them in a blender to come-up with this script.
: Nagarjuna must easily be the most dapper 53-year-old in all of Andhra Pradesh, and this movie establishes that emphatically with countless slow motion shots that capture his ageless good looks in lurid detail. The camera indulges on Nag so much that his handsomeness might have overshadowed Nayanthara's prettiness in the movie. To be fair to the actress she's playing a very subdued good samaritan who's more classy than glamorous. That said, we're afraid there's very little else - besides the combined good looks of the lead pair i.e. - that really stands out.
It's feels like the filmmaker took the scripts of Manmadhudu and Mr Perfect and put them in a blender to come-up with this script. Unfortunately, the scripts didn't mix well enough and the cocktail falls flat. Never, ever give up on relationships is the message this film gives out. Our protagonist Chandu loses his father very early in life and seeing his mother's agony in dealing with the loss, he jumps to the conclusion that it's best to live light, without worrying about relationships. All he cares about is pleasure and he seeks out women with full gusto. After bedding 99 of them, he runs into Sandhya (Nayanthara) on his flight back to India.
He set's his eyes on her, blissfully unaware that she is the sister of his arch enemy PR (Ashish), the benefactor of all his troubles. Chandu sets his eyes on her and works up his charm and the two become friends by the time they land in India. Thanks to some utterly predictable turn of events the two pretend to be married to each other to help Chandu get his hands on the cash he so desperately needs. Needless to say he sells her a sob tale which she buys very willingly.
Meanwhile Chandu is overwhelmed by the love showered on him and begins to understand the real value of family relationships. Overcome by guilt he even confesses his crime to his grandfather (K Vishwanath) just before leaving back to the US. But then Sandhya discovers the truth about Chandu, and isn't too pleased. But our man is in love with her and devises a rather contrived plan to win her back. What follows is just sheer stupidity as the film descends on a free fall. Save a couple of catchy numbers everything else about the movie is just too tacky, even the forced comedy tracks.
: Watch it to see how ageless Nagarjuna looks on screen.