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Times of India
The film is about an uneducated innovator whose pursuit for inventions lands him in troubles.
: For so many reasons, the curly knots spread over the forehead of Jayaram's character along with his garish, long outfits perfectly suit the film
. Like the curls of the protagonist who is an innovator, the narrative is unappealing with a thick pack of contrived twists. While telling the tale of a man who calls himself an inventor, the film turns out to be a nagging watch with its never-ending stream of loud, boisterous, tasteless humour.
The story moves around Apoorvan (Jayaram) and his two friends and their consistent failures with regard to innovations. Patchy graphics add to the trouble, making the task of viewing this film even more harrowing. In a plot which is a real instance of lazy writing and vapid thought, controversies which grasped public attention; especially the solar scam are squeezed in, which appear like humps on a road already splattered with puddles and rocks.
The tiring narrative is even further stretched to fit in an old woman with a messy past. She is also made to appear jovial and the effect multiplies from disaster to a catastrophe. A sentimental flashback is hurriedly conceived so as to end the mess and the film stoops to a dreary climax.