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Times of India
When the protagonist, who has a memory problem, falls for a girl whose father is a stickler for perfection, he has his biggest challenge to prove that he is worth her. What follows then is a comedy of errors.
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy was one of the most celebrated romcoms in Tollywood last year. Hence, the expectations from the Kannada remake were quite big naturally. The first time combination of Ramesh Aravind and Ganesh does not disappoint either and what the viewers get is a fun ride that keeps them engaged through the film.
The lead pairing of Ganesh and Shanvi Srivastava is a treat, as they complement each other beautifully, which is one of the biggest strong points of the film. Added to this is a strong ensemble cast featuring some of the best talent we have in Sandalwood, which includes Devaraj, Rangayana Raghu, Ravishankar, Sadhu Kokila and Vasishta N Simha, all of who add their own charm to this breezy romcom.
Ramesh Aravind's forte is romcoms and he has delivered a product that is as good as his directorial debut, Rama Shama Bhama, ensuring this is a fun family watch. The dialogues, cinematography or editing, each add their own value to this film, which makes for a good Christmas holiday movie outing. This film is especially for people who love their quintessential filmi tales, replete with a good dose of romance, comedy and masala.