Ramesh said that the fact that the film has obtained a U Certificate is in itself a morale booster to the team. "The film has some captivating chasing, action portions and we were little worried whether the Censors will have reservations about giving U certificate. But every member including the Censor Chief were of a uniform opinion that the film deserves a universal screening. They appreciated the contents of the film too. Now, we are sure that the family audience and children who would see the film would also enjoy viewing the film' says AM.R.Ramesh.
Addressing a press meet on the eve of the release of the film, AM.R.Ramesh said that there are many highlights in the film and is highly impressed about the reactions of the film in its special show to some of the artists and children in the film. "The children were quite thrilled to see the film, but I was surprised over the reactions of Veteran artists Umashri and Rangayana Raghu. Umashri's eyes were moist and Rangayana Raghu said that the sentimental sequence in the film had really touched him. I think the film will appeal to the audience for its whole package," added AM.R.Ramesh.
Murali who is playing one of the leading roles in the film said that Minchina Ota is not a film made in a regular pattern. The film's fresh look and impressive narration will certainly appeal the audience, he said.
Sa.Ra.Govindoo said Veteran cinematographer P.Rajan's camera work, V.Manohar's music composition and Jolly Bastin's work in the chasing sequences of the film would be the main highlights of the film. And he said that the entire shooting of the film was done in the Super 35 camera which has given a new look to the film.