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Times of India
Let the reels run, expect nothing, and at the end of it, you may not regret spending time with Vikas and Chaitu.
Movie Review :
Vikas and Chaitu, two engineering students, are in love with each other. Not that there are no hurdles. Vikas (Karan) surmounts the first hurdle by wooing Chaitu (Soumya Sukumar). The problem however is Chaitu's brother, a police inspector who has reason to suspect that something is brewing between them. Vikas handles the situation tactfully.
It is clear from the situations that the director wants to tell students, coming only from girls, or only boys' schools/colleges about how to face life in a co-ed institution. His ultimate aim to tell his audience that flings are not a crime but one should settle honestly in love when it is time, with all good intentions. But when does one know it is true love? Funnily, our protagonist, during the course of an argument with Chaitu, tells her he could not have imagined in the past that he would come across a girl with permed curly hair for whom he would fall! So the two affairs he had in the past, he dismisses them as harmless flings. Well then, what if he comes across another girl with more 'unexpected looks' that floor him? The movie steers clear of such a question.
There were no great demands from Karan for his acting and he suffices. One did not get the time to observe Soumya Sukumar's acting as her attires, which changed, as many times as you blinked, so to say, kept you glued to her style fits. Music director Yajamanya deserves a word of appreciation as do the singers. Let the reels run, expect nothing, and at the end of it, you may not regret spending time with Vikas and Chaitu.