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Times of India
Shravani (Amulya) is in love with Sudeep (Yashas), but she finds out that he's a rowdy. While escaping from his clutches, she is saved by Subramanya aka Subbu (Ganesh), a budding singer. To save Shravani from an unpleasant situation, Subbu pretends to be her husband for a day. But Shravani incurs the wrath of her father Kempegowda (Avinash) who prohibits her from entering the house.
Subbu and Shravani with the help of a broker (Sadhu Kokila), move into a rented house owned by Seetharam (Anant Nag) and Anuradha (Tara). Many changes take place in their lives while they play husband and wife; Subbu gets a chance as a singer and Shravani becomes a teacher. Though Shravani and Subbu love each other, they don't express it to each other.
One day, Shravani's father forcibly takes her back home. Subbu follows him to the house, in order to get Shravani. What happens next is for all to watch. While Ganesh makes a lasting impression on the viewer with his effortless performance, it is Amulya who steals the show with her bubbly act. Anant Nag and Tara make a good pair. Avinash and Yashas do justice to their roles. Songs by V Harikrishna are hummable. The hit song with folk tune '
' (Prof M Krishnegowda) needs a special mention for which Manjula Gururaj has rendered her voice to an excellent dance by heroine Parul Yadav.