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Times of India
: In the romantic track, we have our hero Manu (Krishna) falling in love with Deepu (Naksha Sehtty), daughter of a businessman (Avinash). Manu, hailing from a poor family, is a driver at her house. Manu doesn't show any interest in her because of the difference between the two families. But Deepu forces him to accept her love.
In another track we have Manu getting named in the murder of Babu, brother of Somanna (Hanumanthegowda), MLA. At the same time, we find that Manu is suffering from a brain injury due to attack by goons. He neither speaks nor remembers any incident. Police takes the help of a doctor to find out how Manu suffered brain injury. The needle of suspicion points to the businessman. Who murdered Babu? Well, the hand of Shetty (Sharath Lohithashwa), a rowdy, is seen. There are good reasons for both the acts. What are they?
: Director Mallikarjuna Muthalageri could have done a better job with a good script and dialogues. It is a romantic story with a touch of action, but not done convincingly.
Director Mallikrajuna Muthalageri has selected a good story but does not impress either in script or narration. Even the dialogues are amateurish and there is no freshness in any of the sections. The movie opens with a non-too impressive note on rowdies. As the story progresses, there is more of romance.
Krishna needs to improve his dialogue delivery and expression. Sushma Raj impresses. Naksha Shetty has done justice to her role. Music by Anoop Sileen has two catchy numbers - 'Madarangi...' and 'Darling Darling....'