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Times of India
The guy is an incurable romantic. He visualises a world full of women and he, the only man, on planet earth. His strategy clicks every time he wants to floor a girl as he can easily scan and detect what their weakness is. They all fall for him as easily as they would when they stepped on a banana peel. But the challenge arises when he meets the girl who proves a tough nut to crack for him.
The jolly good (?) fellow that he is, Santosh (Varun Sandesh) has the cheek to tell a girl that his family wants him to marry that he does not believe in marriage and sticking to one girl. Aghast at such a statement, the girl's father walks out of the house in a huff. Santosh has a gala time but when he comes across Geetha (Nisha Agarwal), his heart beats for her. His eyes scan her to see if she has some weakness so that he can capitalise on it and woo her. The report says: None. And surely, that's no fun.
There are more woes to come. Geetha demands that he undergo a virginity test and drags him to the hospital. He runs away. But Santosh would not stop chasing her or it is just that they bump into each other. She does not budge. She charges him with being flirtatious with many girls.
Geeta puts him to test to see if he will refrain from being his original self and behaves well if he is really pure in his love for her. The `examination centre' for him is a girl's hostel and he unwittingly is supposed to be their warden for 10 days. If he comes clean, and gets 100 per cent marks in the test that he is put to, Geeta promises to welcome his love.
Life was never so tough. He'd visualised a world full of women and he the only man but when he is really in such a situation, he's got a test to pass. The results are out, and guess what! Our guy comes out with flying colours. Santosh is aghast that after putting him to such tests, Geeta vanishes out of his life.
Geeta has played the villain with him. She is actually a psychiatrist whose name is Anjali. To her Santosh could just be described as a guinea pig. With the results that she gets out of experimenting with him, she's now all set to bag a fellowship in the US. She could have made a smooth journey but for a jolt that she receives. Santosh becomes a mental wreck. And the drama beings now.
Varun Sandesh carries the film on his shoulders and Nisha Agarwal who has a meaty role fits into it. The director worked out his script well but missed making full use of the few scenes which had a suspense element in them. Music by Ravi Varma needs a special mention for appreciation. As for Charmee, she is hardly charming in her role.
If all is so well, does one have to watch the movie? Just take care of the work that you have on hand, unless, of course, your work is to watch the film.