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Times of India
Sathya Harishchandra is the village bumpkin, who majorly lies to ensure that his daily life moves on smoothly. When his lies land him in a troubled situation, he has to pursue love and win over the girl's heart.
This is an adaptation of the Punjabi film Singh vs Kaur, which has been tailored to suit Sharan and his comic image. The makers have retained the original thread and the twists in the film. Though, one wonders if this story, which seems a decade too old, will appeal to the current audience who have lapped up films like Ondu Motteya Kathe that spoke against body shaming, when the base seems a tad regressive in that regard.
Yet, the film has the necessary comic ammunition to appeal to the Comedy King's fan base. The film travels across India and Europe, and this journey is well over two-and-a-half hours long. The jokes, in that sense, seem long and exhausting. Whether one has the patience to endure something this long is to be seen.
Sharan impresses in his role as the conman who gets away with everything. The two heroines, Sanchita Padukone and Bhavana, look gorgeous and this is an added bonus. The latter has a better defined role, though it fades out suddenly. The cameo by Sanchari Vijay isn't too convincing, but that can be overlooked.
The film is visually appealing and has a couple of good songs too. Watch this is you are a hardcore Sharan fan. His gags could help you endure this long narrative.