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The movie is message oriented.
Keshav is a two-bit employ who works for a private firm. His elder son named Kalyan is an NRI from the US. He comes down to India. Here, he marries Satyabhama who is from an egotistical family. As time flies by, differences creep into Kalyan’s family because of Satyabhama. How is he going to solve these disparities? Who will he support- wife or family? The rest of the story has the answers.
The plot of the film is the major plus point of it. It is a blow to all those who neglect their parents after settling in abroad. Veteran actor Kaikala Satyanarayan’s guest appearance is a major attraction in the film. Few emotional scenes in the first half are good.
Nassar’s performance is highly impressive. Sivaji Raja Sivaji Raja was born on 26th February 1962. His f >> Read More... does a great job, and all his frames with Nasser have come out to be pretty good. Yashwant too performs up to the mark.
The principle storyline is fine, but the director fails to make the cut with the narration. The screenplay is not good. Dialogues are not up to expectation. The cinematography is average. Background score and music is disappointing. Editing too, is average as many scenes needed removal. Production values are just OK.
What’s not there?
Some useless scenes take the spotlight in the second half. It deviates the film from the storyline. Heroine’s character lacks clarity and gets more complex with the progress in the story. Many scenes have been made unnecessarily long, increasing the runtime. Mislaid songs obstructed the smooth flow of the story. Audience can witness the lack of seriousness in crucial sequences. Lack of proper execution of emotions brings down the quality of the movie. Though it is of the utmost importance, the makers seem ignorant about it.
As a whole, it fails to leave any impression. Lack in any every aspect makes this one a complete flop at the box office. Thus, the audience can ignore this movie without any regret.
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