Banner: ANKK Productions
Production: Ashok Kotwani
Direction: K. Rajeshwar
Star-casts: Srikanth, Hema Malini, Namitha, Vivek, Nasser and others.
Santhosh (Srikanth) has no wretchedness in his life as he’s elated with his present job in leading TV Network, a good wife Savithri (Hema Malini) and friendly colleagues. But, an unexpected arrival of Kaminey (Namitha) in his office as a vice-chairman takes a topsy-turvy ride on him. She’s none other than his ex-girlfriend who parted away due to difference of opinion.
Santhosh doesn’t wanna get himself adhered to her, but nothing overtakes her aphrodisiacal appeal of arousing his passions. But he backs off, once his wife buzzes him over the phone. Nonetheless, Kaminey vows to take revenge and indeed removes him from the job. Santhosh files a case against Kaminey and her husband (Nasser). Now, Santhosh seeks the help of his close friend (Vivek) to appear as an advocate. Although, he’s accomplished with a feet from getting gold, he is hit by a road accident. Now, the alienated wife Savithri appears as a lawyer to save her husband from the clutches of troubles.
Srikanth has been going for the wrong scripts right from the beginning. That has been stopping him from striking gold in K-Town. But he has done justice to his role as an innocent yet victimized lad. Namitha tries out something different, but doesn’t care even about going around **** … Why does she want to act in films merely for skin shows. Better quit the film or opt from some item numbers in the C-graded flicks. Hema Malini is no exception as she doesn’t emote properly to any situations. If Vivek wasn’t there in this film, then you’ll run of theatres much before the first hour. Y.Gee. Mahendran uttering with Malayalam slang is so ludicrous.
Music, cinematography and editing have nothing to extend for the betterment of this film. None of them are appreciable.
K. Rajeshwar who earlier had made the best movies like Amaran, Sivalperi Pandi, Vetrivizha and many more fails to maintain his standard.