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Times of India
Over a game of cricket Vijay (Sri) sustains a head injury resulting in temporary memory loss. He is due to get married in a couple of days with the love of his life, Sandhya (Supraja). Vijay, however, has no memory of Sandhya (Supraja) or his impeding marriage.
: The plot is inspired - rather a remake of the Tamil blockbuster Naduvula Konjem Pakkatth Kaanum - but the execution is lame. What we have is a movie that isn't as funny as the title which translates as - a few pages are missing in the book. The "missing pages" are a metaphor for what the protagonist forgets due to a slip up in a cricket field. While running backwards to take a catch, Vijay suffers a head injury that wipes out all memories of his fiancee, Sandhya from his brain.
Worried, his buddies - Siva (Rahul), Balaji (Satish) and Saleem (Mast Ali) take him to a doctor but to no avail. So they decide to get the guy married nevertheless without letting the parents and his in-laws getting to know, triggering of a funny sequence of events.
For a plotline like that to work, it will need some witty writing, good acting and plenty of situational comedy. Unfortunately the movie only has Mast Ali. The adorable Saleem Pheku of Angrez manages to strike a few funny chords with his Hyderabadi act, but not enough to salvage the movie. Sree is playing a much subdued character but just doesn't have the acting wherewithal to carry it off and his co-star Supraja has nothing much to do, appearing in just a handful of scenes.
The cinematography is decent and music has a fun vibe about it, especially the background score working much like a laughter track, adding a fun feel to the otherwise lame proceedings. Sadly though there just isn't enough to laugh about.
: It's funny, but only in pieces, so a cheerful disposition might come in very handy to survive the not-so-funny parts, which is what most of the movie is filled with.