At this juncture, the director introduces a cab driver (Raj B Shetty) who wants to commit suicide as he is unable to repay loans availed for his friends. Meanwhile, Vikram tries to reach out to his girlfriend Milli (Hitha Chandrasekhar) but it is too late. He comes closer to Sindhu (
As far as the performance of the artists is concerned, Sunil Raoh, as an intelligent and irresponsible son, has acted well. His performance during the second half, as a concerned son and a brother, deserves a pat on the back. Hitha Chandrasekhar and Samyuktha Hegde have acted well. It is Aruna Balaraj who steals the show with her sterling performance.
The movie fails to impress the audience because of its usual format. It has no elements such as stunts, hero and heroine running around the trees or comedy to entertain mass audiences.
The scene where Samyukta Hegde falls in love with Sunil Raoh is far from convincing. This movie is a sort of fantasy drama that ends up confusing the audience.
It is worth watching if you have the patience to delve into woes of middle-class families.