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Times of India
: Prince, a dog traine,r finds his life closely intertwined with that of a dog and the film traces his struggle against those who try to take his dog away from him
is about the close bond between a dog and a man. The film is more of a Dileep act than the animal that commands the centre of attention. Films based on animals predominantly rely on the life of the animal, the human characters playing second fiddle.
is meant mainly as a star film that fancies an association with a dog. Prince, an employee at a dog training centre finds himself entrusted with the task to take care of pedigree dogs of an affluent woman when she leaves for London. The apparent distaste of Prince for animals slowly transforms into love and even to such an extent that viewers learn more about Prince when he would recount his past to the dogs sitting attentively around him.
Rafi's story on a dog and its master does hold moments of appeal. However most often it is drowned in shoddy witticism, comic acts that are vainly stretched to bring in hilarity. Often the sequences, which are supposed to declare the melting love between man and animal, turn into drab acts of satire where in viewers feel confused whether the lead actor is genuinely in love with the animal or he is trying to mock at those who would weep for a dog.
The love-interests of the hero are realised first in an ambitious girl who ditches him for fame and later in a blind girl who acts as epitome of virtues.