It is a simple tale and never does it pretend to be serious. That is the biggest plus for the film as the youngsters enjoy their time in Malaysia and cinematographer HC Venu doing a fabulous job making the film look like a grand journey. The story seems to slow down a bit and Preetham does not care to tie up some loose ends, but it can be easily forgotten as Likith Shetty, Vinayak Joshi, Krishna Nagappa, Milana and Sonia Gowda go about their job as if they were on a jolly trip. Their enthusiasm is what keeps the film's mood upbeat. Rangayana Raghu and Sadhu Kokila add to the time-pass value of the film.
The Times Of India
Director Preetham Gubbi, one of the talented directors in Sandalwood, could have done a better job of the romantic story with some lively sequences. He has also taken the risk by introducing a couple of new faces who have shown some promise. Though the director has prepared a good script, the narration is dull and boring.