There is a grave need for understanding of the quality of films rocking in the box office and packing off in the box office for the newcomers. It is the hard earned money of the producer that goes to the gutter with this kind of unconvincing, elaborately narrated lackluster film.
Story, screenplay and dialogue writer Mallikarjun is in confusion state of mind. What he says in the beginning he takes a leave of it in the later reels. Debut director Venugopal was superseded by the story, screenplay and dialogue writer it seems.
Think of impossibility in writing is OK. When it is put in to visual mode more care is needed. The meeting of 'Bhanu and Bhumi' is a case of impossibility - the top and bottom in fact! Submissive protagonist pleading that he is not a right match to female protagonist is overlooked and marriage takes place between Bhanu (Ajith) and Bhumi (Sharanya Mohan). Bhumi focusing more on her husband to change his attitudes and cultivate new area for development goes back in her statement when Bhanu arrives late to the celebration party of marriage. When Bhanu thinks giving priority to saving life is more important the educated and employed Bhumi does not understand. The break that takes place never unites but as a man with responsibility Bhanu staying out brings in some change in Bhumi. Bhumi consoles to herself in the absence of Bhanu.
Sharanya Mohan looks good and emoted well. The dubbing for her portion is appealing. Ajith in the beginning of his career (Just two films released in the past) has not made the right selection. This is a role that should come for him in the later stage of career.
Premkumar in music has showed some promise. P Rajan cinematography is impressive. Many lengthy scenes could have been pruned.
Score - 4/10