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Times of India
It's a romantic story based on a real-life incident where the girl betrays her lover. Director Dhanuchandra Mavinakunte has done a reasonably good job in his first movie, but has many things to learn in the art of direction.
Mavinakunte has selected a good story where a girl falls in love with a boy, forces him to marry her in a temple, elopes and later deserts him due to tragic circumstances that develop at home. With excellent dialogues, the director has managed to narrate the story in a lively manner. But there is scope to improve the script and cutting the movie at least by 30 minutes to make it more interesting. The climax is too lengthy and full of dialogues.
It's a typical story where Suri (Hemanth) and Pallavi (Supritha) fall in love. Fearing that her parents would marry her off to another boy, Pallavi takes Suri to a temple and gets married in the presence of his friends and father (Karibasavaiah). They both elope to a friend's place. The story takes a turn when Pallavi makes a call to her house and asks Suri to take her back home. At home, she finds her father trying to commit suicide. Pallavi changes her mind, comes back and tells Suri he should forget her. Suri turns a 'Devdas'. The climax drags on till it ends in a tragedy. What is the tragedy? Why did Pallavi desert Suri?
Full marks to Supritha for her matured performance, especially during the sentimental sequences. Hemanth, though impressive, has to get training in expression and body language. Ramesh Bhat is graceful. Music director CR Bobby has given some excellent numbers. G Renukumar's cinematography is okay.