This is bit different from all newcomers because of the style. The long and protracted style of ‘Love Guru’ is sickening. This is software Yuga no one has time to sit for a long time to know inconsequential thing. Newcomer Prashanthraj has the style in his screenplay but not the substance to hold the attention.
Pratham misses the bus three times! That means he is not taken seriously on all the three times he expresses his love to Kushi. First time when he propose in the office it is termed as April Fool, second time when he propose the cockroach comes in the middle (he is telling over the phone but Kushi is not to it because at the same time her mother screams for cockroach in the house) and the third time when Pratham express his love it is the wedding day of Kushi with Abhi.
What should Pratham do till the director says curtain down. He becomes a petty Devadas and remembers what his father had told him. So he cheers up once again after a hullabaloo in the office on the ‘Ishq’ between him and Kushi that irritates Abhi. In comes Andritha Rai who finds Pratham fit as her companion in life.
Tarun looks slim and trim and his dialogue delivery deserved to be better. Dilipraj makes a cake walk. Radhika Pandit shows her range and lifts the film from her cute looks and acting. Yagna Shetty has nothing much to express. Tarun is once again painful in his comedy.
Joshua Sridhar has forgotten to give melody. He loves the instruments and does not care the lyrics. Gnanamurthy gives pleasant viewing to the eyes.
This is not the one expected from Prashanthraj and Naveen – siblings making debut.
Banner – Nim Cinema, Producer – Naveen, Story, screenplay, direction – Prashanthraj, Music – Joshua Sridhar, Cinematography – Gnana Murthy, Cast – Taru, Radhika Pandit, Dilipraj, Yagna Shetty, Srinivasamurthy, Ramesh Bhat, Jai Jagdeesh, Sharan, Chitra Shenoy and others.