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Times of India
A young boy defies the family and elopes with his lover. Their love saga, however, turns tragic when the hero kills the girl with a revolver. The curious case of lovers evokes some interest in the first half, but loses steam as the movie progresses. Blame it on poor narration and editing.
Roopesh (Roopesh G Raja) and Suma (Archana) leave their Bengaluru homes and start to live in a huge house in Chikkamagaluru. Though there were little signs of discord, Roopesh shoots Suma with a revolver found in the house. It is eventually revealed that the hero is suffering from somnambulism. The rest of the movie is all about how police chase the murderer. The movie ends on a tragic note.
Despite an interesting story line, Roopesh G Raja, who doubled up as a hero, fails to keep the viewers glued to their seats. A weak script coupled with shoddy camerawork (R Renu
Kumar) take away the entertainment quotient.
Roopesh neither shines as a director nor as a hero. Archana needs some training in acting. Petrol Prasanna fails to impress. Music by M Joseph is okay.