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Times of India
Armed with a neat script, director N Sudarshan has done a good job of the narration highlighting how poor parents of a girl face embarrassing situations and realities of society when their daughter goes missing with even the police failing to come to their help. A movie for every family to watch.
The story is set in a middle class locality in Bangalore. Sushma (Mamatha), a school student and daughter of domestic help Jaya (Nirmala Chennappa), goes missing. Jaya along with her husband Kumara (Anilkumar) goes in search of her. At police station, inspector (Nagendra Shah) does not care for her. She is helped by Sadananda (K S Sridhar) in whose house she works. But he ends up in an embarrassing situation facing allegation of being in a relationship with Jaya. The search for the girl goes on with the director capturing the clash between haves and have nots to drive home his point how human suffering holds a mirror to our society.
While K S Sridhar fits the role brilliantly as head of the family, Nirmala is natural as a domestic help. Nagendra Shas has done a good job as a police officer.