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Rakesh is the yuppy city youngster who lives life in the fast lane (hence the title Rocket). He meets with an accident and ends up in coma. The young lady treating him manages to make him fall in love with her. He follows her to her Coorg residence, where he has to win her heart and her family's to ensure she calls off her marriage that's to happen in a week.
This film by Shivashashi has been produced by lead actor Sathish under his home banner. Little wonder then that the actor has ensured he has a little bit of everything to showcase that he is the hero of the film. From a snazzy introduction song to multiple fights to even rendering the playback to a track, the film has Sathish trying to give himself a makeover. While it is impressive, there are times when you wish he hadn't tried too much.
The film is a mix of many popular films, be it Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya to our very own Mungaru Male and Sparsha. The fair bit is that there are enough dialogues that allude to these inspirations. Does the film entertain? Mostly it does. Though, the second half, which has a lot more interesting elements than the first, tends to stretch a bit too much during the climax.
The film also has a little too many songs, which seem unnecessary, and their omission could have made for a crisp narrative. While Aishani has done a decent job, Rajshri, who has a relatively smaller role, impresses in her few scenes. The ensemble cast is entertaining, especially Padmaja Rao, with her pure Kannada dialogues.
This film has all the elements that one expects in a masala love story, so watch it once if that is your idea of the perfect movie outing.