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Times of India
* The young and handsome Hemanth is in love with his pretty boss in a corporate company. Love blooms as he admires her in secret but his heart bleeds when his namesake steals his thunder. All's well that ends well. This is a breezy tale with predictable twists and turns.
Hemanth (Rajanish), an accountant, wants to win the heart of Sevanthi (Lekha Chandra), assistant manager of the same company. He grows jealous when Hemanth (Vijesh Shetty), another assistant manager, comes to the picture and gets close to his ladylove. He is disheartened as rumours of the duo getting married spread. He even thinks of quitting the job. The twist comes when Sevanthi comes to his house and reveals what's in her mind.
Director Sudhakara Bannanje has chosen an age-old topic of love, however, there is freshness in the script and narration. Though the main story of the two heroes and a heroine is well handled, overacting kills the joy in the side track involving friends of the hero.
Lekha Chandra's performance is the highlight. Nagaraj Advani shines with his cinematography. Music by Madan Mohan is good.