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Times of India
An aspiring lyricist, Lalith (Rahul) loses his eye sight in a car accident caused by Mallika (Charmme), a call girl's negligent driving. Overcome by guilt, Mallika gets him admitted in a hospital and takes him home to tend to him personally, until he's ready for an eye-transplant. She falls in love with him only to discover that Lalith is in love with an aspiring singer, Swathi (Saranya)
: A musical love story between a prostitute, a writer and a singer goes the tag line of the movie. In a matter of fact figurative way, it does seem like a pretty accurate sales pitch. It's only after watching the movie that you'd realize, you were sold a dummy - read as the prospect of watching Charmme playing a prostitute for the first time ever. Not only is it a terrible film, it even fails to titillate. By the way, the prostitute dies.
The movie is just loaded with melodrama. When Mallika goes to the hospital to confess to a blind Lalith that she was responsible for the accident, the guy thanks her for giving him with a whole new perspective to life! How Mallika falls in love with Lalith, a self confessed virgin, is even more ridiculous. Lalith sings a song that raves about the greatness of womankind.
Lalith's love story will just leave you speechless. A poem he writes reaches Swathi, a wannabe singer accidentally. Swathi sings it at a reality show and becomes a singer and professes her love to the author on TV. Rahul watches it and falls in love with her. Mallika learns about the love story when flipping through his personal diary! You connect the dots now.
Charmme's performance in the movie is amateurish at best. Playing a poorly conceived character with tacky lines to mouth, it's a very forgettable. Discussing the rest of the cast would be a waste of time and intelligence.
They say stupidity has knows no limits and watch this movie to find out why they say that. But then, watching the movie might just turn out to be more foolish thing to do.