While fulfilling the dreams of director that too first time director at the cost of the first time producer one has to be very careful in seeing the return back of investment. This particular aspect director Shivaprabhu must have forgotten in churning out a protracted love story. The songs are good the performances are equally good but not the story and its style of narration. It deserved to be much better.
Chinnu alias Vishwas (Ajay) is the son of an affluent family. His father Nagu (Sharat Babu) and mother Bhagya (Geetha) are living like friends in the family. Nothing is short for this youngster. Chinnu falls in love with Reshma (who hails from a very strict family) but he takes long time to express his love. Reshma on the other hand is also not ready to express her love and she is in the same condition. By the time they try to express their feelings they get separated. In the family of Reshma her father look for a boy and he happens to be the close friend of Chinnu who is almost like second son to Nagu and Bagya parents of Chinnu. The director moves to a marriage hall at the residence of Reshma. Chinnu also arrives here but he is not aware that Reshma is the bride for his friend. In the nick of time he comes to know that Reshma is the bride and he changes his stand in favor of his friend. Reshma is not ready to accept such attitude from Chinnu. She comes running just before the sacred Mangalasutra is about to be tied. At this moment also Chinnu says he is not ready but the charged up melodrama makes him to accept Reshma. This time his friend the bridegroom sacrifices his love.
Ajay looks handsome. He is lively on the screen. He has danced well. Sanchana deserves to be better. Geetha and Sharat Babu are apt. Sudharani and Satyajith are wasted.
Three of the six songs are very well composed and sung. The photography of Jog Falls is a treat to watch. The exterior and interior camera work is good.
Scoring - 5/10