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Times of India
Is love painful? Is it a disposable item? The director has tried to drive home these points in this romantic movie which is aimed at youngsters.
This one is a direct romantic story with a couple of twists. Director Kaashi could have done a better job of the story which lacks punch and the narration goes awry at times. The comedy track fails to click, thanks to silly dialogues and sequences.
The story revolves around Prem (Chaitanya), a victim of ‘love failure’, who has taken a vow not to love anyone in life. The case is same with Preethi (Nidhi Kushalappa) who is fed up of harassment by her lover. The story takes turn when Prem falls in love with Preethi and vice versa. But there is yet another twist in the tale when Prem's ex-girlfriend returns and wants to give their relationship another shot.
The plot thickens when Preethi opts to go abroad for higher studies, and Prem's former girlfriend is held captive by Preethi's former boyfriend. What happens next forms the crux of the story.
While Chaitanya has done his best to justify his role, Nidhi impresses with dialogue delivery and expressions. Tennis Krishna makes his presence felt in a blink and miss role. Music by B J Bharath is something to look out for.