Story: A routine tale, the story begins with Venkata (yash) a young student who has few issues in life. This takes a turn when he sees Nandini (radhika) and falls for her. Meanwhile, Nandini gives him a kiss one day and in return she demands revenge on the principal who slapped her in front of everyone. Turned on by her kisses, Venkata takes the help of his friend Satish and together they end up tonsuring the head of the principal. From then on, the drama begins as he has to bail himself out. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.
Presentation: The director has come up with a formula storyline with youth appeal and while the presentation was alright, the narrative was partly engaging. The dialogues were well written, the script was regular and the screenplay was moderate. Background score was upto the mark and three songs were nice. Cinematography was adequate. Editing was okay. Costumes were well designed while the art department was apt. Yash has improved as a performer and he has proved his mettle in all departments. But the brownie points are taken by Radhika Pandit for her sensuous and impact creating performance. Sindhu was standard, Ninasam Satish was natural, Malavika was moderate, Suchindra Prasad was neat. The others did their bit as required.
Conclusion: Whenever a predictable storyline comes, it is the job of the director to come up with an engaging screenplay and enough twists and turns in the plot to keep the interest up. The first half of the film goes in a lighter mode with elements of romance, comedy and some fights. But it is the second half which has the real plot and the various other twists. If only the length was trimmed, it would have been much better. Overall, this is not a film which is great but it will manage profits at the box office.
Bharatstudent verdict: Passable entertainer, can be watched once