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Times of India
One wonders what director SV Suresh wants to convey to the audience through his movie. There is absolutely no link between the film's title and plot. It's just another family drama.
Even though more and more atrocities on women are coming to the fore, director SV Suresh fails to cash in on the sensitive subject. Instead, he chose a dull subject and misleading title to narrate how a homemaker wins the heart of her father-in-law, who always looked down upon women. With a not-so-impressive script and narration, Suresh highlights the story where the head of a family takes on his daughter-in-law for carrying a baby girl.
Woman activist Rani (Sonu) marries Raju (Rajiv) but her father-in-law (Sharath Lohithashwa) hates her. When he comes to know about her pregnancy, he forces her to undergo a sex determination test and also tries to terminate her pregnancy after realizing that Rani is carrying a baby girl. Rani faces a volley of problems, but in the end, convinces her father-in-law that a woman's presence is vital in society. How does she do it?
While Rajiv has a long way to go as an actor, Sonu's performance shines in the second half. Sharath Lohithashwa is the only actor who has done some justice to the role. Music by V Manohar and cinematography by K Shashidhar are average.