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Times of India
College mates, Sanjay (Rahul) a rock musician and Pallavi (Kimaya), an Indian classical musician, just cant stand each other. Sparks fly when the duo are forced to team up for a national music contest.
: When you've got to win, you can't afford to lose. Some hit below the belt to win. Others may wait for a lapse to encash. If winning is the goal, not losing heart in the run-up should be the aim. In this musical where western rock and Indian classical go hand in hand, two groups go all out to compete to bag a coveted trophy. And it calls for more than just music sense to win.
Sanjay (Rahul) knows his music. Rock is his forte. It is another matter that he is headstrong. Pallavi (Kimaya) simply loves Indian classical. It is her lifeline. Both study in the same college in Hyderabad but cannot see eye to eye. More because Sanjay feels he is unbeatable in his music and dismisses Indian classical as no music at all. It becomes inevitable to accommodate Pallavi in his group as the criteria to participate in a national musical contest at Vizag are that there should be both Indian classical and Western rock performances.
As if the differences among the group were not enough, the Delhi team that walked away with the honours the previous occasion is as tough as it ever was. Sanjay is desperate to win the trophy this time for his college but the rival team plays foul. It just is not music but then everything appeared to be fair in love and music. The obstacles have to be overcome and there cannot be a compromise in the quality of the performance. Dogged by internal problems in the group created by the rivals from Delhi, Sanjay's team takes it as a challenge to put up a splendid show. Do they rock?
For those who love rock, this movie may satiate their hunger for it. And when at a time there's hardly any classical music in Telugu movies, there is enough here to satisfy those who yearn for it. That may serve the movie's basic purpose. However, the students most of the time are shown drinking and smoking and an attempt was made to inject comedy into some of the scenes. How much of a purpose this served to take the story forward is what the director needs to analyse in the introspection that he necessarily should do.
: The college going crowd might be impressed with the rock stuff, though a voice over at the end of the film tells you that all music should be enjoyed.