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Times of India
Century Gowda dies with an unfulfilled wish to see his grandson married. Meanwhile, a city girl, Jyothika, comes to the same town and her short clothes and yoga have people talking. Will Century Gowda find peace eventually?
Yet another film featuring the actors from Thithi is out, with them playing characters akin to the ones that made them popular. And the retain the same character names, too. The only difference is that the young actors in the film are different and they have a set of known characters giving them company. But, unlike Thithi, this film is not situational comedy; instead it is loaded with double entendres. Little wonder that the film has been given an A certificate.
The film uses crass humour and a lots of sexual innuendos to take it forward. The story isn't much to write home about, but is instead a series of scenes filled with gags for the frontbenchers. The songs that are yoked in between the narrative also do not add to it. While sexual innuendos are fine and films like Neer Dose have shown that there can be a line drawn, this film goes overboard with the same.
It is indeed painful to see the actors from Thithi do roles like this after being a part of a landmark film in Sandalwood. The three actors here are nothing but characters. Shubha Poonja in her sexy yoga teacher act tries too hard. It is also a sorry sight to see talented actors like Srinivas Murthy and Padma Vasanthi mouth double entendres. Watch this film only if you really want to.