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Times of India
With ample doses of romance, comedy and action, Mr and Mrs Ramachari is the perfect New Year gift for filmgoers. Offering glimpses of Vishnuvardhan's role in the 1972 hit Nagarahavu, director Santhosh Anandram's debut movie has all the ingredients of an entertainer. It has a neat plot, interspersed with lively sequences.
The story revolves around two characters — Ramachari (Yash) and Divya (Radhika Pandit). The rough and tough Ramachari falls is smitten by the sophisticated Divya. When Ramachari doesn't greet her on her birthday, Divya gets upset. One thing leads to another and the duo get into a heated discussion. Divya begins to question his trust, love and way of life. An angry Divya tells Ramachari that there's a lack of planning and organization in his life. Though they part on a sour note, they still love each other. After battling their dilemmas, in the end, they reconcile.
Yash is brilliant, be it his expressions, dialogue delivery or style. Radhika Pandit delivers a winsome performance. Srinath, Achyuth Kumar, Malavika and Dhyan essay their roles with ease. Ashok Sharma shows promise of a good actor. V Harikrishna's catchy tunes and S Vaidhi stellar photography make the movie-viewing watching experience more delightful.