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Times of India
Director KM Chaitanya has selected a slapstick comedy story which involves three young boys and the travails and traumas they face in their journey to discover the bright side of young life. It's a movie for those in the 18-24 age group.
It's a good show by director KM Chaitanya who has handled a comedy subject very well with a nice script and crisp narration. The focus is on two boys Anantha (Shrunga) and Karan (Shravanth) who go to Singripete where Devadasi system prevails. Arun alias Kanti Subba Reddy (Arun Sagar) promises royal treatment for them. While Anantha gets Shwetha (Janhavi), Karan finds his girl Urmila, (Shubha Poonja), a TV actress. They escape from the place with their girls and Peede Obaih (Bullet Prakash) and head towards Bangalore. On the way, they come to a bar and find a person sleeping on a table littered with beer bottle and snacks. The story takes a curious turn when they find that the person is dead. Samanth (Sharath Lohithashwa), a police inspector, who follows them, thinks that the dead person is alive and asks them to carry him with them. The rest is full of hilarious sequences with the five trying to dispose of the body. In another development, Vishwanath (Rangayana Raghu), father of Anantha, lands himself Singripete in search of his missing son. He finds a good companion and settles there. The rest is how the boys get rid of the body and how Vishwanath is caught in a dilemma when his son lands in Singripete.
Full marks to Shrunga and Shravanth for their excellent performance. Shubha Poonja excels as TV actress. HC Venu's camerawork is brilliant. Anoop Sileen's music has some catchy tunes.
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.
The story suddenly takes a curious turn when we come to know that Vishwas was Alam Khan, a Pak-trained terrorist, came to kill minister's son who disguises himself as Ashraf (Amith). The climax has a lengthy 'bhashan' by Alam Khan who gives reasons what made him to take to terrorism.