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Times of India
Sandeep and Madhav are inseparable buddies since high school. The duo sees its friendship at stake when both begin eyeing the same lady. Will love supersede friendship?
Filmmaker Dayal Padmanabhan is known for his innovative narrative styles. He has previously tried to play around with the 'what if' scenario in his films, too. Toss, which conveys what the film could narrate from the title itself, begins with a tribute to the most famous coin tossing references in Indian cinema — Sholay. As the Sholay reference would suggest, the film is about bromance.
The film picks up pace after the entry of the heroine, which is where the real narrative begins. The film sees both the lead actors fall in love at the first sight of the heroine. As suggested, the two decide to flip a coin to figure out who gets to take a shot at the heroine. What follows then is interesting.
Vijay Raghavendra, who has been seen this year in memorable roles in films like Happy New Year and Chowka, does a good job as the bashful Madhav. Newbie Sandeep has a meaty role and he has tried his best to deliver as the more suave one among the lead characters.
The film has its share of drawbacks, such as some crass gay references for instance. But it surely is worth that trip to the cinema hall if you are in the mood for something hatke.