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Times of India
* The story is about a young software professional who falls in love with a girl and uses his friend as a mediator to talk to her. A mistaken identity ensues and she takes the loverboy to task to drive home the point that girls aren't cheap commodities.
Director Nanjunda Krishna deftly highlights the attitude and dilemmas of youth. And there's a message too: Don't take girls for granted after falling in love with them. Though the first half lacks warmth, the second is full of drama and emotion.
Kiran (Rajesh Krishnan), a software engineer, falls in love with Anushka (Karthika Menon), but he seeks the help of his friend Madhu (Chethan Gandharva) to speak to her as Kiran. Anushka falls for Madhu's voice and decides to marry him thinking that he is Kiran. Madhu too pretends to be Kiran and chooses not to reveal who he is even when Anushka marries the real Kiran. After the wedding, Anushka is shocked when she comes to know that Kiran is not her 'phone friend'. She takes him to task and decides to leave him for good. Madhu, meanwhile, falls in love with Benny (Akshatha Marla), a friend of Anushka. The rest is full of interesting turns and twists.
Though Rajesh Krishnan and Kartika Menon have done well, it is Chethan Gandharva and Akshatha Marla who steal the show with their lively performance. Camera by RV Nageshwara Rao and music by L N Sastry are average.
Deepak (Prateek) is looking for a job but is not ready to give up his casual attitude. Wherever he works, he incurs the wrath of his boss for his inefficiency to handle the assignment. Be it working on a new project or deal or taking foreign delegates to a village, Deepak along with his friend Manoj (Sunil) somehow manages to goof up.