The debutant director Rajesh Murthy gives a boring screenplay and disgusting camera work makes it further boring visually.
The concept of taking on what is told already for each character in his less than 100 minutes cinema is not appealing. In the fiercely fought for success in tinsel town the repetition makes it uninteresting. The quintessence of money on one side and pure love are fed in the screenplay. The topic of money taking over love is nothing unusual. Using the digital camera the outdoor shoot is deplorable. The songs are not soothing to the ears is another minus point of this film.
Kamaakshi (Bhavana Rao) is behind money. She is looking for love and her ideology is different. She stays in the house of Shekar but for money she loves Shetty. Not returning for days by Kamakshi upset Shekar and he extend his friendship to Meenakshi (Kanchan).
Kamakshi ditches her lover Shetty and run away. Kamaakshi run away with money lands up in the house of Shekar. Shekar is not aware that the huge money is in the room of Kamaakshi. When Meenaakshi comes with Shekar to the same house she is for big surprise with so much of money in the suitcase. Meenaakshi quietly steal the money and run away. At this time Kamaakshi lover Shetty is also in the same room.
The point of Kamakshi lover Shetty taking so much of risk for counterfeit notes he had kept in his suitcase is meaningless. However it is utilized for the screenplay of the director as actual money. It is realization for Meenakshi on knowing the real value what she had stolen.
Kamakshi is given another chance by Shetty to stay with him. She flies like a butterfly ditching Shetty again. The characters of Pathan (Vasu Dixit) not add up to the situations.
A lot deserved to be better from Rajesh Murthy and his team.
Score - 4/10