Story: A worthless tale, the story begins with Ravi (abhi) and Divya (supritha) who jump into a river from a big height but survive without a bruise and start living together. Flashback shows that Ravi is a servant while Divya is a student in the medical college. As expected, it is their status which has huge disparity and due to that, many problems arise. But both Ravi and Divya believe in pure love and stand by each other facing all the challenges. How successful they are and whether their love wins or not forms the rest of the story.
Presentation: The director has come up with a boring storyline and while the presentation was poor, the narrative was pathetic. The dialogues were weak, the script was below average and the screenplay was shoddy. Background score was decent and two songs brought relief. Cinematography was amateur. Editing was required at many places. Costumes were appealing while the art department made its presence felt. Abhilash has a long way to go if he wants to become an actor, he should get trained. Supritha looks sexy and cheerful. Doddanna brought few smiles. Sadhu Kokila was apt. Sharat Lohitashwa was standard. Padma Vasanthi was okay.
Conclusion: The original story of Romeo and Juliet is immortal and the essence of that is to convey how love wins all challenges. But it doesn’t mean one has to let go of all sensibilities and think that anything can happen. That’s what is the situation with this movie. Without any reasoning and conviction this was made. While the first half goes about with the monotonous tale of romance, songs and some comedy, the second half gets into the boring sentiment and pale melodrama. Overall, this is a total immature product and it will fizzle out at the box office quickly.