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Times of India
: The raw and vulgar dialogues (wonder how they escaped the censors!) remove the focus from what could have been meaningful entertainment.
: The doting father's only condition for sending her father all the way from Vizag to Hyderabad is that she should assure him that she would not fall in love. The man's got a reason to be protective of his daughter because his son, rejected in love, commits suicide. The girl gives her assurance to her parents and lands in Hyderabad - and not realising it herself - in love.
Haritha (Sheena) has a fight with Surya (Sai Krishna), a scooter mechanic. He's rude and she's brutal. So, the chances of them ever exchanging even a pleasantry or even a glance are remote. A girl calls up Surya one day. They talk. The calls become more frequent. But the girl always avoids meeting him until, when she surprisingly agrees and asks him to meet him near her college bus stop. She does not come. Surya is terribly disappointed. When he calls her, she explains to him why she was not able to meet him.
Unexpectedly (for him), Haritha shows up before Surya and quite expectedly, he's mad at her considering that they've had a fight earlier. In subsequent meetings, Haritha makes him forget the fight just so that they could at least be friends. He agrees. Haritha tries to get his attention away from the girl he has never met at all but speaks only on the phone. Somewhere along, Haritha loses her heart to Surya. Now, that's quite dangerous for her. She had given her word to her parents that she would have nothing to do with the emotion called love. And moreover, Surya is interested in the girl who he speaks to always. Is there a way out?
Tanikella Bharani as Surya's father plays an uncharacteristic father. He's got to even handle his son Surya's undiluted honesty and truthfulness. Because the truth hurts, he wishes that it would be better if his son lied to him. Suman as Haritha's father is happy because of the name he has in society as one who brings up his children with discipline. He fits into his role well. The deliberately intended coarse comedy completely spoils the show. The raw and vulgar dialogues (wonder how they escaped the censors!) remove the focus from what could have been meaningful entertainment.