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Times of India
Khush and Khushi meet by chance and are on a road trip to Karwar along with sidekick Tube. They are two opposite personalities, but are both romantics at heart. Will their journey lead them towards a happy destination?
Suni's Simpallag Ond Love Story was a runaway hit with the younger generation, because of its dialogues and romantic genre. This time, he is back with Simpallag Innondh Love Story, another tale that's peppered with nice dialogues and witticisms, where the hero and heroine have a younger sidekick for company. The film is fun, breezy and colourful and strikes the right chord with Gen X, sans any unnecessary mass elements. While Sandalwood has its share of romantic films, the breezy romcoms are not as many.
Most of the films masked as romcoms end up compromising the genre with mass elements that play distraction. Suni, in Simpallag Innondh Love Story, has weaved a love story that keeps you entertained through the 142 minutes in the cinema hall, which pretty much is what good cinema is meant to do. There isn't any over-the-top acting, nor is there any message that is preached in the end. Instead, Suni's dialogues are a treat to the younger generation, proving to be more original lines rather than a barrage of SMS forwards strung together as dialogues. The fun fight sequence towards the end, with an allusion to John Cena and WWE is something that is both novel and hilarious.
Praveen, who makes his comeback, is a treat to watch, with his natural style of acting and comic timing. Meghana Gaonkar looks her best till date on screen and delivers a memorable performance. Master Hemanth as Tube is fun. This film is for those who want to choose cinema as a three-hour escape hoping to be entertained with ample doses of love and romance. Watch this film if you're one of those that was mesmerized by the easy breezy style of Simpallagi Ond Love Story.