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Times of India
Upendra, a shameless flirt who is dead and in hell, is sent back to earth by Yama when his wife Prema calls on him during a family crisis. What follows is him trying to set his bashful son's marital life straight, while also seeking retribution for his death.
If one has seen Soggade Chinni Nayana, then this would seem like a near photocopy of every scene in the film. Of course, the film does have the Upendra touch when it comes to the dialogues. But are those dialogues enough to save a film that seems like an elaborate navel show? Well, that depends on how much one prefers such content.
The original Telugu film proved to be a big saving grace for Nagarjuna. Having said that, the Kannada remake has a few novelties. One of the biggest draws is the pairing of Upendra and Prema once again. There is also a cameo by Chandini. The film has some colourful songs and fights, too. But the pace of the film seems inconsistent and one can't help but cringe during the excessive display of navels that seems unnecessary after a point.
If family dramas with some action, family sentiment, songs, dances and supernatural elements fascinate you, you might just enjoy the fare. Upendra does entertain and Prema and Sruthi Hariharan provide the needed eye candy. There are cameos by actresses to add to the appeal. But if you're looking for any kind of logic or sense in the plot, this would not be what you want.