The plot features Sharwanand as a heart-broken youngster who always aims to find the right girl but breaks up after a while due to things not working out. After splitting from lots of girls, he meets and deeply falls in love with Priya.
Only, Priya is the daughter of the villian (an ACP). People think that he is an honest cop, but the plot shows a grey side to him. The ACP knows that the hero is in love with his daughter, and so sets a trap for him, and the rest of the movie is about how the hero escapes from that trap.
The plot has some interesting twists at various stages of the story, which will keep the audiences involved. This movie offers a wholesome pack of comic entertainment - it is nice to see a good film like this releasing, after a long gap.
They say art is universal and that music has no boundaries, but more often than not, we tend to find something too Tamilian / Malayali for our tastes. Take the music of Run Raja Run for example - the songs sound funky and fun and are pretty nicely shot, but somewhere we kept thinking that the songs had a distinct Tamil flavour. Where, then, is the universality that we hear so often about?
The film, too, has different flavours - very Goan / Anglo-Indian in the first song and the first few shots, then distinctly Tamil-esque for a while, followed by a very Telugu ending. That the ....