What is bad: Its too long to bear sitting in a theatre, since you can't fast forward. Naresh does not suit that macho man image that EVV tries to give to his hero. Imagine Naresh hitting 10s of rowdies hard, without a single bruise on himself. Enough background is provided saying that he is a gym coach and all, but, there should be some physical proof that he is capable of so many fights, right? He also looks uncomfortable in dance sequences. Rao Ramesh, though in a brief role, appears too old for the role. Its not just about appearance. He is just practically too old to play a guy in his 20s. There is this over-dose of sentiment which is generally seen in EVV's movies. There are just too many scenes where the hero gets too preachy. I doubt if the movie is a classroom session on "say no to love".
Me Thinks:Its a decent movie. However, its better enjoyable at home, where there are either advertisement breaks on TV or you can fast forward in your VCD player. Comedy is good and I don't mind watching those scenes again. The first half especially is very much enjoyable. The second half drags down, with excessive sentiment. It was good to see some element of comedy and satire even in serious situations.
Tailpiece: Naresh has to think about his dance movements and if his physique suits an action hero. Watch the movie if you want some timepass and have nothing to do. If you are a die hard comedy fan, watch for the first half. EVV needs to change his sentiment drama strategy, to make a more watchable movie. If a message needs to be conveyed, the issue should be looked in to from different angles, not a unidirectional one.