The film with magnificent production values is partly Namitha skin show that can make the box office bonanza for the producer and rest is V Ravichandran and Meera Jasmine friendship angle that takes the film to a decent height.
The need of the hour is to give the sumptuous food for the ticket price. V Ravichandran knows well and utilized the curvatures of Namitha accordingly to fill the cash registers. Namitha running in skin tight clothes.
Of course there is high class element of friendship between V Ravichandran and Meera Jasmine, there is attractive editing, cinematography, lovely performances from V Ravichandran, Meera Jasmine, Dharma, Prakash Raj, Rangayana Raghu.
For the Telugu film 'Vasantham' trailblazer V Ravichandran has added some more stuff to make it for the masses.
Anand (V Ravichandran) is a thick close friend of Jasmine (Meera Jasmine) Jasmine is violinist teaching in a school while Anand has no support to back up his Chess. Yet Anand wins at the state level and he has keen interest in safeguarding the interest of Jasmine. At this stage he falls in love with high current Anju (Namitha Kapoor). The elder sister of Anju - Pavitra (Pavitra Lokesh) is also in love with Anand and she has the previous life memories that look very awful.
As the marriage between Anand and Anju takes place there is tragedy in the family of Jasmine. Jasmine father dies and she comes to the house of Anand. The focus for her in life is to look at the interest of Anand in winning the chess competition. That is not an easy task as Michael (Prakash Raj) is a hardship. Michael evinces interest in the marriage of Jasmine but father of Michael has some other ulterior motive. Anand has to withdraw from the national level competition. Is that going to happen, Jasmine likes this intention of Anand, what Michael is up to? You have to watch it in the theatre.
V Ravichandran with multiple responsibilities has done a pretty good job cashing in on the Namitha image. Two songs are rollicking! The cool and composed role for V Ravichandran suits immaculately. Namitha running, rolling on the bed and skin tight costume that looks like boxer is a boon to the front bench audience. Meera Jasmine is circumspect. She is like a cool breeze throughout the cinema. Prakash Raj's role is as good as ever. Rangana Raghu makes a cake walk in his role as 'Cake designer' and father of Meera Jasmine. Sharan, Bullet Prakash, Dharma also attract in their roles.
Sarigama Sari......Nooku Nooku Nuku nuggalu are melodious and catchy in tunes from V Harikrishna. GSV Seetharam expertise in cinematography has come to the cinema high standards.
This is a bumper crop for dream merchant of Kannada cinema V Ravichandran fans!