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Times of India
It's a time-pass watch for GenY. The 96-minute movie has a bit of romance, suspense and action too but doesn't make you feel that you have watched a movie. Perhaps, director Rajesh Murthy could have improved the script and narration. But he takes full marks for giving the story some life with lively moments. The story focuses on how money changes nature, attitude and life of people who fall for it. The lead character of the movie is Bhavana Rao, lover of Monish.
One fine day, she sends him a message saying that she is leaving him as she believed in 50 per cent love and 100 per cent financial security from her partner. She bags some money after cheating Shetty (RJ Prithvi), a don, and leaves Shekhar (Monish). But the story takes another romantic turn when he finds comfort in Meenakshi (Kaanchan). Also, there is attempt by Shetty to trace the money. As the story progresses, there are several turns and twists which are hardly convincing.
It's the bold and beautiful Bhavana Rao who steals the show with her performance. RJ Prithvi has done a good job of a villain. Monish Nagaraj is lively with good expressions. Vasu Dixit's overacting is too hard to stomach.