Krishna Nee Late Aagi Baaro is a family entertainment. It is a mixture of slapstick and subtle humor. Mohan's fresh jokes and clean dialogues impress the audience. Another plus point of the movie is that the director has given importance to the supporting cast. With neat script and lively narration has managed to create interest among the viewers.
Mohan himself has penned the story, screenplay and dialogues for the film KNLAB. The story is all about the realization of true love between two couples. Complication and a small misunderstanding lead both the couples swap. In the film, each character has a flaw, which evokes lot of laughter.
Krishna [Ramesh Arvind] is the only male lecture in a girls college and he teaches maths. His parents want him to marry Lakshmi [Nidhi Subbayya]. Mohan is a womanising photographer. He is in love with Sumithra Andal [Neetu]. But her traditional father Ramesh Iyear [Dathanna] wants her to marry Mukunda [Sundar]. Things take a new twist when the photo of Krishna and Sumitra appears in a newspaper. What happens next will form an interesting part of the film.
As for as characterisation is concerned, debutant director Mohan has done a wonderful job by selecting opt ones for the film. Besides direction, he has also given good performance. Ramesh Aravind, Neetu, Nidhi Subbayya are excellent in their respective also. Dattanna, Tennis Krishna, Sundarraj have also done justice to their roles.
Praveen Godkhindi's music is also good. Overall, it can be said that director Mohan has brought out originality and decency in the comedy movie Krishna Nee Late Aagi Baaro, which can be watched by everyone.
Cast: Ramesh Aravind, Mohan, Neetu, Nidhi Subbayya, Dattanna, Tennis Krishna, Sundarraj
Music: Praveen Godkhindi