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Times of India
A good show by debutant director R Nagaraj Peenya who has selected a romantic story with a good script and freshness in narration. It's a new experience to watch this neat love subject with a difference.
It's an impressive show by director R Nagaraj Peenya. Armed with an excellent script, the director proves how young minds can treat a romantic story to cater to the present generation. The director has seen to it that the story is interesting in every sequence.
The story is all about Sunny (Tharun), a singer, who is in love with Kanchana (Akhila Kishore). A twist happens when Kanchana gets engaged to the son of a politician. Our hero hits the bottle and tries to forget her, but fails. We have another heroine Spoorthi (Mrudula Sathe), an event organizer, who is in love with Sunny and helps him to come out of depression by making him popular as a singer.
Story takes another interesting turn when Sunny finds Kanchana as a chorus singer at an event where he was performing. Kanchana narrates how she was cheated in marriage. Now Sunny has Kanchana on one side and Spoorthi on other side. Who does he choose?
Full marks to Tharun for his brilliant performance. Akhila Kishore is amazing with her expression and dialogue delivery in her first movie. Mrudula Sathe is equally good as the girl next door. Music by Sathish and camera by S Ramesh are added attractions.
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