What is Good:
The best part of the movie is the way it sets the environment right and the way it makes it motive straight forward. It is easily the way the story grasps you into it that is the best part of this movie. Right from the positive start to a heart wrenching end, the movie showcases the lives of a young couple, caught in the web of responsibility and abuse, love and fate. The environment is established clearly, and the motive more or less seems clear too.
It is after a long time that, as a reviewer, I get to talk about scenes than the actors and their prowess here. Watch out that passing scene in which the boy, after putting hundreds of hours as a slave, gets his salary – Terrific. And look at the way the girl has to go on continuing with selling sarees even after a horrifying experience – inimitable. The way the two characters run into an ATM center and how instead of picking up money they gather the pamphlets and run away is touching.
Anjali, as Rani, is extremely believable and brings in a lot to the character. Mahesh as Shiva is ok, though he can improve.