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Times of India
This family drama by Yograj Bhat shows the trivialities of life with a pinch of humour. The three-member family settled abroad is intrigued by an issue that sparks off after a dream. The wife is on a fighting mode as she suspects her husband of infidelity. The movie is all about the fight between the couple over trivial issues and the daughter's desperate effort to break the ice and the chaos followed. There is conflict of interests and beliefs. However, director Yograj Bhat tries not to go much deep into the subject. Sprinkled adequately with humour, the movie takes a look at intricate human relations and also tells how certain beliefs can be misused as business by some people.
The movie revolves around a foreign-settled couple---Vandana (Sudha Rani) and Ananthakrishna (Anant Nag). Trouble in their paradise begins when Vandana dreams Ananthakrishna of interacting with other women. She seeks the help of lawyer Nirmala (Parul Yadav) for divorce. Caught in the conflict, their daughter Ritu (Aishani) approaches her friend (Rakshith) and his uncle (Jaggesh). She wants to rebuild the house according to vaastu shastra to restore harmony. Uncle wants to cash in on the situation; Rakshith, who had left his village in India, is forced to believe in vaastu because of some experiences. They demolish the house, only to add fuel to the problem. However, the couple comes together, not because of vaastu, but because of another dream.
Rakshith Shetty is impressive; however, it is Jaggesh who scores over others with his witty dialogues and inimitable expressions. Parul Yadav does justice to her character. Aishani Shetty is good. Anant Nag, Sudha Rani, T N Seetharam and Sudha Belawadi fit perfectly to their roles. V Harikrishna impresses with some melodious numbers. Santhosh Pataje's camera work is another highlight.