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This has got to be the most boring movies I have seen in my life.....The makers of the movie HYPED this movie too much because its the immediate film after Vishnu's hit Dhee and Nagarjuna's guest appearance. The first half of the movie is very slow and hackneyed....but the film picks up at interval when Nagarjuna comes in....But the second half again starts very slow and crashes at the end....
The only thing I liked about this movie was Nagarjuna....He gave life to the movie (even though it was for like 15 min altogether). I was ready to leave the theater because of being sick of the first half, but when Nagarjuna stepped in, things got a little relieved....
Now the things I HATE about the movie....First, the characters. Vishnu's character as an innocent boy who is not intelligent is SO routine and lame. Mamta Mohandas as a rich, snobby girl who doesn't give a f*** about Vishnu but loses her heart to him. Secondly, I didn't like the music at all....there was only one OK song "We are coming" but it comes during the end credits. Technically, the movie is poor as well. Cheaps fights and very very poor production values. After seeing a "rich-looking" film such as Yamadonga, one would wonder why Mohan Babu lacked richness in Krishnarjuna, when he played second lead in Yamadonga!!!
Unless you are a DIE-HARD fan of Nagarjuna and want to see him for 15 min, I suggest you avoid this flick.
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