This is a sordid tale of protagonists attracts a section of the audience. The liveliness required for the film to suit the present generation is missing. For Prajwal Devaraj the young actor it is not ripe time to accept this kind of serious subjects. His age and looks do not permit. On the other hand for Reema Vora the lead heroine, seriousness has not come in the last ten minutes where she could have scored brilliantly. The charged up performance is missing.
The male protagonist Murali is driving his motorbike for the last journey. He has poison bottle as Shwetha (Harshika Poonacha) ditched him for a better comfortable life. The failure in love is the end of life thinks the protagonist. On his way in a motorbike he finds Meera at the traffic signal. Exchanging rivalry with Meera the disgusted Murali become a friend of her after sometime. Both are forced to stay together. On the dark night in the pent house of Meera the proposal from Murali comes for marriage. It is at this point Meera reveals that she has a horrible past. She declares that she is a prostitute. I am not the right choice she argues. Murali love for Meera manifold and he urges her to marry him.
Of course there is change in the role for Prajwal Devaraj but it is not convincing. He is still a Chaco face and strong emotions are not expected from him. Opening her eyes widely is acting feels Reema Vora. Harshika Poonacha is not having good scope to perform. In her short stay she is very sweet on the screen.
Abhiman Roy the state award music director has given two melodies and one sorrow song. Jai Anand using the available lights in the night times has been attractive. The mood and subject tallies very well in his camera work.
You have to wait for long for major turn!
Score - 6/10