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Times of India
Guru and Ayush are best friends who have celluloid dreams. In fact Guru takes it upon himself to ensure he directs Ayush, who is dependent on his wheelchair after a mishap, as a hero. Sathvika, Ayush's lady love, introduced Guru to Jessie, who is selected as their film's heroine. When Guru falls in love with Jessie, he reveals a secret to her. What happens next is the story...
Debutant director Shreyas Kabadi has chosen a film on films as his first story to narrate on the big screen. The film has an interesting story if we're to look at it on paper, but the intensity and passion of the story is lost a little in translation.
The film begins on a cute note with young Guru promising Ayush that he will help the latter become a hero and the two escape from their orphanage. This moves to the current day, where a Guru is still adamant on helping Ayush realizing his desire, despite the latter being relegated to a wheelchair. The two begin filming for their dream project when Guru meets love in the form of his blind heroine Jessie. The second half shows scope for intensity with grey shades of the characters coming to the fore. Some truths are revealed as secrets tumble down.
The film has a couple of good tunes and some praiseworthy cinematography. The story could have been more tightly woven and the editing too could have been edgier. The cast gives their best, with a special mention to Tilak and Sathvika. The film is an earnest attempt, but it falls short of being a story that would make you empathize with the people and intentions like it hoped to.