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Times of India
Two dejected youngsters, for different reasons, meet on the railway track where they are both ready to commit suicide. Afraid, they get up and meet a benefactor who shows them light and life...
With Chikkanna as one of the leads, one expected a laugh riot, but this film that was supposed to be a spoof on various things ends up being rather dull and drab from the beginning. Director Venugopal's script doesn't have that zing and his style of filmmaking is rather old school and unappealing.
It takes a special kind of patience for one to sit through this film, which could have easily been way better. The film has two guys, who are ready to end their lives because of different situations, being hired by the Chairman of a bank as loan recovery agents.
Had the filmmaker stuck to interesting situations using this much, the film might have scored better. But, the second half sees a spoof of filmmaking and even a film within a film, which doesn't work. One misses the usual Chikkanna magic and madness. Even his dancing with bikini babes on the beach doesn't salvage the film...
While the film is native and the thithi ceremony might be intrinsic to the culture in Mandya, the emotions and laughter resonate on a larger, more global scale. It is reminiscent of the cult comedy series The Gods Must Be Crazy.