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An illogical & mindless film which will even disappoint Uppi fans!
Whenever you go for Real Star Upendra's films, you'll be expecting some unconventional content, bound to impress oneself. However don't expect much if you will be watching this film!
There are several vulgar dialogues, references and contexts in the movie which is definitely not acceptable in a film that is rated 'UA'. Moreover they have been promoting this as a family movie! Unbelievable!
The film has the most illogical story ever - An extremely rich married man Santhu (Upendra) who is unhappy with this wife Gowri (Sonu Gowda), decides to meet his college love Dharmika (Rachita Ram) when she texts him all of a sudden from nowhere! He even buys a Rs. 4.5 crore diamond ring to charm her! What happens when they meet? Will they get back together? That's what the movie's all about.
Almost the entire part of the film's story shows their flashback college life story and unfolds in the most mindless way ever! Starting with a conjecture that true love is just about lust & sex without any genuine feelings in it, the film takes on this concept of true love and rips it apart, trying to explain this one thing until the very end! There are several absurd ways in which this is shown throughout the movie.
The screenplay is very poor, making the viewer feel really awkward at many places! The editing is also poorly done and there are abrupt scene changes without any relation to one another.
The music is also a disappointment. The very first song in the movie "Ondanondu Kaaladinda" is very badly edited with rapid, flashing & unstable video frame movements. I almost got an headache after watching this video song!
Upendra is at his best as usual. He looks stylish and fit as a fiddle, carrying out his looks effortlessly with fashionable costumes! But unfortunately he is let down by a weak script. Rachita Ram has completely changed her avatar from being a cute dimple queen to a sexy bombshell! There are some steamy, erotic & bold scenes between Uppi & Rachita which will surely set the screen on fire!
Overall this movie fails terribly in almost all departments & is a huge disappointment even for Uppi fans! Watch this one at your own risk!
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