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Surya is married to Shalini, and the couple has two kids. They both are working parents so they couldn’t spend much time with the kids. So, to make their kids happy, they get them mobile phones. The kids take their phones to the school and play with their friends. The Principal warned Surya and Shalini about this and asked them to get TC for their kids, as they spoiled their friends too. Finally, Surya and Shalini went to the mobile de-addiction center to learn how to make their kids normal. Were they able to do that? The rest of the film deals with it.
Meghna and Srujan did justice to the given role. Achyuth Kumar’s performance is natural as ever. All the supporting stars and the kids were good in their roles.
The director has come up with a much-needed script for the present situation. The screenplay and the narration are pretty decent. After a long, we see Meghna on the big screen, and she looks beautiful too. Srujan and Meghna’s chemistry is adorable. The contemporary kids are addicted to mobile phones, and the seniors are addicted to serials. The film shows that clearly and suggests some exciting changes. Some scenes evoke laughter, and some scenes make the audience feel. The BGM and visuals are neat. The film is technically well-made.
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It is a much-needed film for the current situation, as many parents allow the kids to use their mobiles, as their work should not get disturbed. This social message-oriented film could be watched once!