Karthik (Ravi Teja) makes an entry with the much used technique of a friend needing his help to elope or getting caught while eloping. And on go the series of familiar scenes viz. introducing the girl in bed (Sandhya – Kajal Agarwal), a disconnected gag here and there and the many desperate attempts claiming that this is a film with the ‘it’ factor, wish for once they try that through mediums other than the actors saying it to the camera.
After rolling in the bed for a while Sandhya makes it to college and without much delay starts talking about how beautiful she is and her kind of a guy. She doesn’t believe in love at first sight, but, for the rules of our cinema falls for Karthik at first sight (contradicting her complete character usually summed up in a line when with friends at a cafeteria). She tries her best to attract Karthik who couldn’t care less and when they end up in a flight together Karthik had to fulfil the B-movie flashback promise.
It’s love at first sight for Karthik when he sees Vasudha (Richa Gangopadhyay) in Ooty where he works as a football coach. They eventually get married, but, are about to get divorced for reasons given out by some non-sense dialogue about love, caring, belief and a bunch of other words which all mean the same. Sandhya is sorry for the couple but all the more sorry for herself since she’s so beautiful and still can’t get Ravi Karthik Teja.
And now we move on to the next part of the promise – a super twist in the tale which you wouldn’t guess because it doesn’t really make sense.
One of those films where Ravi Teja is just killing time and earning big bucks. One of the series of films you go through before it’s time again for a big ticket project.
And in a film such as that (this), everybody just seems to be killing time.
The problem with this film is that it is so familiarly bad. Even for a film made for killing time this is badly written.