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Times of India
Newly married Aakash (Rahul) springs a surprise on his wife Meenakshi (Shravya) by instantaneously agreeing to her request to take up a job just so that she does not feel bored waiting for him to come back - which is late in the night. Not long after, it is Meenakashi's turn to administer him a dose of shock.
: Aakash cannot withstand that feeling that his wife could be cheating on him. He keeps tabs on her, trails her and tantalisingly gets close to being caught. In the introduction itself, a voice-over narrates the nature of Aakash. He is described as being falling into the category of those who feel insecure as a result of which they are always suspicious of people or their surroundings.
Aakash and Meenakshi fall in love and marry against their parents' wishes. The two families are at loggerheads due to political reasons but come close to performing their marriage. Since they don't they elope and get married. And the problem begins for Aakash a year after his first wedding anniversary.
To his shock one day, he finds his wife, who was supposed to be going to office, sitting in a car with another guy and happy in his company. On another occasion, he sees them give a friendly hug. And later, he can overhear conversations on the phone which appear romantic.
A courier delivers a packet of photographs of Meenakshi but the issue between them is who did she pose for? Meenakshi does not recollect posing for such pictures at all. Aakash's suspicion grows stronger. Meenakshi's behaviour becomes even odder.
A 'bad man' becomes the centre of the climax of the movie and it ends well with Aakash apologising to Meenakshi for being suspicious about her. It is here that the director exposes himself. If Aakash had not been suspicious of his wife and followed her, the villain would most definitely have killed her. He comes to her rescue at the right time. Well then, why does he have apologise to her? Makes no sense. It is another matter that she is not involved in an affair with anyone else but considering all that he was seeing and hearing, Aakash behaved in a perfectly normal way. On the contrary, Meenakshi not taking her husband into confidence in a critical time, was not the appropriate thing to do.
There's a dose of double meaning dialogues which are odd and don't add to the storyline. This 'bangaram' doesn't shine so much to attract. You'd do better to love yourself than this 'bangaram'.