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Times of India
Vishwa returns from Bengaluru to his village after studies as he believes that farming is his true calling. What transpires then is a plethora of emotions ranging from love to revenge.
Director Aditya Chikkanna has a film that is straight out of the vintage Rajkumar era. This movie, unlike the many recent releases concentrating on the city slickers, is a story of a village boy, his aspirations and simple dreams, complemented by his generosity.
The story begins with Vishwa, the son of a village landlord, returning home to his mother and friends. The director has cleverly woven elements like organic farming, saying no to chemicals and highlighting ill-effects of industrialization in rural lands. There's also a sweet love story.
Had the director stuck to this much, it would have made for a better viewing. But, there's also a pretty big evil-cum-comic plot, which is stretched beyond its requirement, so much so that comical villain Rangayana Raghu is given two songs, one more than what the film's heroine has got.
While the casting is right and the story, in the larger picture, makes for a decent one-time watch, the 152-minute screen time tends to look longer by the end. Though, Vijay Raghavendra's sincerity and smile does help one get through. Watch this one, it is quite refreshing after excessive crime and horror fare, despite some redundancies.