"Two confused lovers fall in love and break up as a result of one event. They reconnect after some time has passed and realise they had always loved one other." Many modern love movies have followed this model, with the directors telling the same plot in various ways, frequently by switching between back-and-forth narration.

In his most recent movie, Srinivasa Avasarala likewise employed this pattern, but regrettably, he made it as unpleasant as possible. The film's male and female stars are both mystified about their emotions, but the filmmaker comes off as even more baffled than they do. The movie would have made more sense if it had concluded at the interval rather than the post-interval section's aimless meandering.

The first half reveals the reason why naga Shaurya and Malvika Nair broke up, however the second half is full of illogical situations. Suddenly, naga Shaurya and Malvika's former roommates get married, and Avasarala srinivas makes an attempt to court Malvika. neelima Ratnababu, a guest at this wedding, checks into a hotel room cheerfully with naga Shaurya, a complete stranger to her. Both the theatre audience and naga Shaurya in the story find her constant nagging bothersome.

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