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Times of India
Mirchi Mandakki Khadak Chai is a simple story of three friends who help each other to win the hearts of their sweethearts. They go through a series of embarrassing situations, however end up marrying their lovers.
Mithun (Pradeep), Manoj (Sachin) and Kapila (Namratha) wanted to float a company. When nothing worked out, they separate. While Mithun falls in love with Radhika, Manoja loves his neighbour (Saroja). Kapila (Namratha) is in love with Muddukrishna. Each of them faces challenges here too. While Radhika rejects Mithun stating that he doesn't know how to express his affection, Manoja finds her neighbour is already married to Keshava Reddy. Kapila too faces hurdles as Muddukrishna's mother raises objection. The trio comes together again in a bid to help each other.
Sanjotha, who makes her debut as a director, offers nothing new. Though new comers in the lead roles have done a good job, dull script and lifeless narration play the spoilsport. The camera work by Ratheesh and music by HariKavya are impressive.
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.