Bhanu, good intentions alone cannot make a good movie. Gandhi was an excellent movie with no unnecessary stripping by a baby-face hero, or crappy comedy, or silly romance, or copy music numbers or item songs. Hence, it got a huge patronage.
Nitin never grows up; he thinks he needs to grow muscles and start a striptease on screen, whereas he urgently needs to improve his dialogue delivery, acting skills and body language.
Now his structure looks like a Photshop morphed image where a slender lady's face has been attached to a bodybuilder's body.
Though the story starts off with a promise, there are too many deviations in the name of irritating comedy and the whole love angle was absolutely unnecessary. The herione appears in the first couple of scenes and vanishes without a trace only to reappear towards the end. And the hero's group is 4 sometimes and 5 sometimes without any clues. the whole product and its execution looks amateurish
Pros: Intentions.... ha ha ha...
Cons: Nitin with his baby face and manly body, an uninterested Mamta Mohandas, lack of chemistry between the lead pair, silly comedy, amateurish film-making