This is one of the countless catchy dialogues that director Suni has introduced in his debut venture. As the title of the movie explains, it is a simple love story excellently handled by Suni with catchy dialogues and lovely songs. The movie is made for the sweethearts who can watch it with their parents too. There is delight in the narration where the director has selected monsoon, winter and summer to weave a lively story in such a way that each season depicts an episode in the life of the two lovers which touches your heart.
The story begins with our hero Kushal (Rakshith Shetty) visiting Polibetta in Kodagu to fix an alliance with a girl (Dr Ithihasini) selected by his sister Rachana (RJ Rachana), a radio jockey. He meets the bubbly Khushi Khushi (Shwetha Srivatsav) in the house and is impressed.
They share their earlier romantic experiences with each other. While Kushal is rejected by her lover, Khushi backs out from her lover. Impressed by Khushi's nature, Kushal decides to marry her instead of the girl suggested by his sister. The story takes a curious turn when Kushal comes to know that Khushi is suffering from anterograde amnesia (loss of memory) after an accident. Does he accept her or reject her? This takes another turn.
Shwetha Srivatsav is amazing with her lovely dialogue delivery, expressions, pleasant face and body language. Rakshith Shetty impresses you as a loverboy. RJ Rachana is lively and has all the potential of ensuring a firm position in Sandalwood. Music by BJ Bharath is impressive with his tunes, especially the numbers -Karagida Baaninalli, Baanali badalaago and Smiliruvanthe Saraasari (sung by debut singer Priyanka Jois). Manohar Joshi's camera is an added attraction to the story shot in the lush green locations of Kodagu. DI Sachin's editing is remarkable.