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Times of India
: The film is about Afzal who runs a mobile phone and is deeply in love with a girl. He is too scared to express his feelings and finds refuge in a gadget which he receives as a gift from a friend.
: Silliness is a natural by-product of romance. However seldom does it hurt simply because of the beauty of the emotion from where it springs. Salala Mobiles is an instance of reverse-effect. So silly is the plot that its romance looks tiring, even frivolous.
A carefree youth sees a pretty girl. Strands of hair flutter lazily. A single stride takes ages. The gaze stays frozen. In his debut film, Sharath is unreserved about revelling in the age-old, rosy-tinted frames that mark the beginning of a romance.
The film does work for some time until the director goes for the most daring act by making the lead character procure software that could tap the phone-conversations of strangers. He doesn't even make a conscious attempt to explain that such things are being fanciful and the plot falters.
Dulquer and Nazriya, inspite of all the sighs and yearnings that evaporate into thin air, fail to ignite their romantic portrayals. A major share of the blame has to be borne by the plot which does nothing but stitch together meaningless sequences in a jiffy.
There are generous attempts at humour, most of them occurring from a youth's natural taste to listen to lewd night conversations over the phone. This doesn't last long and fades away too quickly.
is completely undone by a spoofy narrative and an overplay of emotions.
I heard that some of the movies are deliberately created to get loss statement so as to show their business into loss and escape the IT dragnet. Is this one among such ? Oh, no negative or minus vote option from the drop down menu hence giving the highest of negative rating as 1.0/5.0 :)