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Times of India
Karthik and Kashi look alike, but Karthik aspires to be a sub-inspector while Kashi is a criminal mastermind. What happens when they end up being in the same city with a bag of stolen cocaine playing games in their otherwise nearly-perfect lives?
PC Shekar had all the right elements for him in the film -- a good performer playing a double role, a mafia setting, goofball villains, a nice comic ensemble and a bag of cocaine worth crores to wreck havoc in the plot. Sadly, a film that could have been as good as say a Khosla Ka Ghosla or Aaranya Kaandam, using dark comedy as its main tool, falls just short of being that. This is due to excessive masala elements, be it through fight sequences, over-the-top comedy and even an unnecessary item number. The story of a good guy and bad guy who look identical, with intentions of being a top cop and top criminal, respectively, is a plot that's often been explored in Indian films. But, Shekar gives his viewers a story with a twist. Sadly, though, he yields to most of the staple mainstream mainstays, be it the two duets and one item song routine or the multiple fight sequences, ensuring the film ends up being just another masala potboiler, rather than use the novelty that it has in the script.
With it comes to performances, Ganesh is top-notch, giving his best as both the good and bad guy. Remya doesn't have a big role as such in her hyped debut. The comic ensemble do their part, especially Rangayana Raghu and Sundar Raj.
Watch this film if you are a die-hard Ganesh fan or love your regular dose of masala-laden commercial cinema.