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Times of India
: Nothing great about the movie in terms of its storyline. It's the same mundane stuff.
: Yuktha is reminded of her mother's lilting songs and also the dream she had her for - that Yuktha should become a singer. The college going girl brushes aside the suggestion of a young man who approaches her appreciating her for her talent in singing at a college competition. Smitten by her, he manipulates the results by influencing the judge, just so that Yuktha gets a prize.
Chandra's (Aadi) interest does not end there. He has not only fallen in love with her but would also like to bring out an album with her. They form a band, call themselves `Crazy' and are at the job. Chandra drops by Yuktha's house one day and looks at the circled face in a photo-album. He's surprised that it's him in the photographs when he was a child. Yuktha simply hates the boy in the pictures because he's the one who stole the videocamera which had her mother's memories recorded in it.
Chandra's heart misses a heartbeat. What if she came to know that he himself was that Chinna, that she so much hated? She wants to trace him out and Chandra wants to make sure she does not. It is a clash of interests and time for some comedy for the audience.
Aadi gets to play an interesting role and as if to show that he can dance and fight, a couple of opportunities are provided to him by the director of the film. Aadi gets his timing right in the comedy scenes. Shanvi is impressive with her performance. At times, it appears that the movie is headed nowhere as the director takes time to arrange the bricks. Music by Anup Reubens in good in parts. Brief appearances by Vennela Kishore and Thagubothu Ramesh provoke some laughter.
Nothing great about the movie in terms of its storyline. It's the same mundane stuff. Of course, you can do without this kind of menu but you may not complain because of the comedy for a while.