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Times of India
.The problem with the movie is that the gags just don't come off. Despite the over the top histrionics that Jagapathy Babu brings to his character, it all just looks too forced.
This movie is what they call a 'freemake' or an "unofficial remake" in Telugu cinema jargon. For the uninitiated, the above mentioned terms are used to describe films that are remakes of other films without explicitly stating to be...well, a remake. So going by the aforementioned rationale, this film is a 'freemake' of the Riteish Deshmukh - Genelia-starrer Tere Naal Love Hogaya.
The premise is simple. We have a hard working cab driver, Krishna, who is duped of his hard earned money by his cunning boss. In rather hilarious fit of drunken rage he kidnaps the boss's daughter Nandeswari aka Nandu, who by the way is only too happy. Why? Because she doesn't like the guy her dad was getting her married to. So when Kirshna realizes his folly the morning and decides to take her back to her father she blackmails him into making a ransom call to her father. The plot takes the perfunctory unexpected twists designed to be funny.
It turns out our man has a past which catches up to him. That's revealed in the flashback after the statutory interval bang. It turns out Krishha has an overbearingly loving and goofy brother Jagapathy Babu, who continues their family business of kidnapping. It's a free for all from then on.
The problem with the movie is that the gags just don't come off. Despite the over the top histrionics that Jagapathy Babu brings to his character, it all just looks too forced. Same is the case with Tanikella Bharani who flaunts a very forced Tamil accent. The comedy track involving Thagubothu Ramesh is funny in parts but largely on the expected lines. He's always playing the same drunkard act isn't he?
As for the lead pair, Regina might just have outshone Sundeep with her screen presence. While Sundeep tries hard, he still has some way to go with his comedy and acting in general. Well the music seems to have been inspired by hit numbers from all over and gives you that feeling of dejavu all through. The cinematography is decent though.