Come in slowly. Rush in roughly. No matter how you come, you'll go home happy and contended. It is a whole different issue watching a bad movie, but when watching things like this, you will go home happy and contended. Nothing to beat the feeling of just being alive.
See? The movie makes you appreciate life. Isn't that wonderful? This movie also has other wonderful things. Take Wonderful Thing Number One - Tuffy. Tuffy is an ex-Bollywood sensation that has returned with a bang to the silver screen. Although he doesn't bark as much, and mostly plays dead, you can see him running hysterically in the songs.
Wonderful Thing Number Two - the hero, Arya Babbar. He plays the difficult role of college-going prankster. He's even cut his hair for this acid-test role. You came to see Arya Babbar and you get to see him with a different look. That too for no extra charge. And the goodies don't end here.
Wonderful Thing Number Three - Shriya. The Telugu audience already knows that the sun shines when Shriya smiles. So we put makeup on Shriya that suits natural light. But the sun actually doesn't shine when she smiles, it seems. So her face ends up looking like a cake of foundation powder. You need experts to make good-looking people look bad, you know.
Wonderful Thing Number Four - the story. Initially, Arya and Shriya hate each other. They pull pranks and do everything possible in their respective powers to enrage each other. They try to act cool and be with it to enrage everybody else.
But it so happens that when they move to different cities, they start writing love letters to each other. No, not as themselves, but as their friends. Proxy love letters. The person Shriya is writing as, died waiting for her lover. The person Arya is writing as, was the lover for whom she died. Even this guy died.
So now, Shriya is writing to the guy thinking he will commit suicide if he knows that his lover is dead. And Arya is writing letters to that girl thinking that she will commit suicide if she knows that her lover is dead. And we are dead.
After a while, Shriya and Arya decide that it is about time they reveal the truth to their respective lovers. This means that they decide they don't give a rat's ass if somebody commits suicide, they want to be out of the misery of writing painful love letters.
So when they confront each other, first there is shock, then there is a song, then there is the climax. The theme - if you hate someone bad, you can love them bad, too!
Oh, by the way, if you haven't already made out, this movie is the remake of Anandam, by the same Ramoji Rao team. The comedy track is on the same lines, but happily idiotic this time around. Actually, the music was probably meant to be funny. It was.
Music was the main reason Anandam did well. Please people, try sticking to your own language. Try sticking to the underside of a moving train. Try anything, but don't try making such movies. Agreed that they make us feel thankful to be alive after watching them, but really, we don't need your help in that department.