An interesting psychological entertainer, Neelakanta has yet again proved what he knows best - the art of human psychology and the distinct line between emotions and intellect. The subject is very engrossing and with Neelakanta's touch it has got enough fuel to shine on the screen. However, he should have worked a bit on stitching the plot to bring out the kind of impact that the audience can relate when the film is on. The story lost its grip during the second half due to the dragging sequences leaving no time for the climax which ended abruptly. Full marks to the background score and the camera department which has caught the right emotions. Even the songs are melodious and the overall feel of the film was pleasant. The make up department needs to be careful since there was an overdose of paint and Lipstick on Genelia in few scenes, even Suman looked a bit puffed up at some shots. Raja has definitely got a very meaty role in this film and the character had lot of substance, thanks to the director. Genelia was her usual bubbly self and at times both of them mixed very well on the screen with their contrasting natures. Sonu Sood was elegant. The highlight of the comedy track was the stellar performance by MS along with the exceptional comedy by Dharmavarapu. Their interactions are worth a treat. Suman , Brahmanandam, Suman Shetty, Thanikella Bharani did their bits with grace.