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Times of India
: Set in Malaysia, the film narrates the story of a newly married couple, where the husband discovers that his wife is, in fact, in love with someone else.
: The letter is shocking to say the least. Just married and moved to Malaysia, Krish (Abhijeet) makes plans for a week-long honeymoon trip with his wife Sasya (Nanditha). And what does he find when he returns home with all the plans? A letter in which Sasya says that she's leaving him and that she's going to find her love in Malaysia.
Since the man she always loved lived in Malaysia, Sasya confesses in the letter that she tricked Krish into getting a transfer from the US to Malaysia, so that she could get into the country. Sasya could not marry the one she loved because her father, a police officer kept her away from him.
So what does the Krish do now? He does not have the heart to break the news to his parents that Sasya has left him. The crestfallen Krish bumps into Ram (Havish) in a pub and they become friends - with more effort at being friendly being made by Ram.
Krish, who by now considers Ram as a good friend, gets to hear something that he never would want to hear. Ram informs him that he's in love with a girl named Sasya and that he would be getting married to her. Krish is taken aback. He's got murder on his mind. Ram has to be eliminated. Does he do it?
The film has an unusual storyline with the necessary twists coming in at the right time. There's also some good music and cinematography. Ali tickles your funny bone. But there's too much of the movie happening on the roads in Malaysia - driving, driving and driving more. The comedy sequences with Saptagiri are hardly amusing. The fact that there's too much of it puts one off.
Director Sripuram Kiran effectively drives home the point that marital bond is more important than an involvement with any person.