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Times of India
There's not much of commercial masala for the audiences who love such stuff, so this film may not be their cup of tea.
He hates the US. He dislikes anyone going there. He loathes any Indian living there. And he never ever will set foot there. That's his decision and no one can convince him change his mind. But there comes a time... Kiran (Santosh Shobhan) is a call centre employee. He is absolutely good at his work. But his boss has one problem with him. Kiran is not courteous with his foreign client - Indians living abroad. In fact, he's rude with them.
The young man pokes fun at anyone living in the US arguing that anything that they want is also available in India. So there's no need of going there, picking up an accent and using tissue paper in toilets.
What really is his problem anyway? It turns out that his parents leave him in India and go to the US in search of greener pastures. As an infant he is left with his grandmother and his parents visit him from the US just three times till he grows up into a young man. Kiran is adamant and refuses to move to the US. Keerthi (Avika Gor) comes into his life. She's got dreams. She dreams of making realizing the dreams his father had for her. She wants to go to the US. The already-in-love couple now have a clash. He does not want to go to the US. And she has to go. How does this issue get solved?
The film begins on a slow note with some unimpressive songs. It picks up momentum as Kiran's character becomes clear. For a long time one tries to understand the mind of the director as his character Kiran strongly argues against going abroad. The argument seems fine - until it becomes just a personal issue of Kiran and not really a broadbased idea that the director is floating.
Santosh Shobhan is completely at ease portraying his role. It only shows that he did his homework well. Avika Gor fits her role well. There's not much of commercial masala for the audiences who love such stuff, so this film may not be their cup of tea.
Watch out for Ravi Babu as Keerthi's father and Satya Krishna as her mother. That's where the laughs are.