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Times of India
The story is more like old wine presented in a new bottle. There is nothing new either in narration or the 30-year-old script. One wonders why veteran director NT Jayarama Reddy has chosen an age-old love story, which may not appeal to the present generation. Though the story is good, the director has failed to put life into it by sticking to the age-old theory of narrative style, which we have been seeing for the past three decades.
Review: The story focuses on three characters -- Sanjay (Dhruv), Anjali (Roopanjali) and Rakesh (Venkatesh Prasad). Anjali is in love with Sanjay, but the latter does not reciprocate the same feelings. Rakesh, who plays the villain, enters the scene and wants to marry Anjali. He uses all his tactics, including persuading her to marry him. The movie is loaded with masala, street fights with Sanjay finally deciding to marry Anjali and fighting Rakesh and his goons. Dhruv has done a good job. Roopanjali has a long way to go to prove her mettle as a heroine. Sharan is excellent, but it is Venkatesh Prasad who impresses as the villain. Music by Chakri and AT Ravish fails to impress. Camera by Chakridhar Chavan passes the muster. About the rest of the movie, it's better left unsaid.