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Times of India
Century Gowda, his son Gaddappa and his grandson live in village. While Century Gowda may have a loud mouth, but he has his ideals in place unlike his son and grandson who waste their lives squandering money over alcohol and more.
It is depressing what the stars of Thithi are being reduced to. While their debut film saw them portray characters that were essence to a slice of life tale in a village, they are now reduced to caricatures that you often feel sad for. Giving them monikers like International Star Gaddappa is not justice enough. One would have rather liked some story that gripped the attention than watching the characters spew dialogues that have landed the film with an A certificate.
This film has been made solely keeping the characterizations of Thithi and each of the protagonists play extensions of that. If you liked some of their carefree candour of these characters maybe you could give the film a watch, but be forewarned of a lot of trite humour that could get on one's nerves.