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Times of India
Vasu D Gammanahalli, fondly known as Vascodigama, has kidnapped all students from a college. The media breaks into a frenzy as do parents and others. What made him do so?
The filmmakers, throughout their campaigning, claimed that this film has a relevant social message regarding the current education system. The trailers had evoked a lot of interest too. But, eventually, the film ends up being what most students would colloquially term a 'tus pataki' (a malfunctioning firecracker).
The film begins with the introduction of a college filled with wastrels and fraudulent teachers. Kishore leads the pack, smoking and drinking with his students and even taking them to see raunchy item girls. Enter Parvathy, a lecturer who wants to reform the college and bring the focus back on education. Kishore, who has fallen head-over-heels in love with her, goes through many misadventures to profess this.
But, through this we are shown a seesaw of ideologies, which seem quite confusing for we aren't sure who the director wants to favour until his rather hurried and contrived end. Given the actors, the comic element and good tunes, this film could have been much better, but ends up just skimming through the surface without creating the necessary impact. It just remains a comical college tale and one can watch it for Kishore's histrionics.