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Times of India
It's a love story of a schoolboy caught in the web of romance with girls. Director HR Srikanth has done a good job of the script which captures the dilemma of a student who becomes the heart-throb for many girls. The boy is excited, but at the same time comes under pressure in dealing with the situation. There is also drama with each girl he comes in contact with. He also faces rivals in the school who are jealous of his intimacy with the girls. Though the movie is excellent technically, the narration is not that tight and looks ordinary many a times.
Aarya (Kishan) is the heart-throb of many girls in his school. Anjali (Tanvi (Priya Bharath Khanna), Apoorva Arora (Preethi) and Rosy (TanviLonkar) fall for his beautiful looks and songs. Preethi takes him to her hometown Goa where he meets Rosy. They vie with each other to spend time with Aarya. But the boy is completely in dilemma as he is not able to face the situation. What does he do? There is also a sentimental track where we find Aarya trying to come close to his sister Siri (Shrijit) who is adopted by his aunt from a young age.
After Care of Footpath, Kishan looks matured in acting and impresses as a teenager. Slumdog Millionaire fame Tanvi, Apoorva and Priya are lively. Music director Siddarth Vipin has come out with some foot-tapping energetic numbers. Cinematography by Magesh Dev is excellent.