Ramya (Anushka) is a doctor and Madhu Balakrishna (Arya) is a lecturer and an altruistic person. Ramya falls for Madhu’s philanthropic nature and proposes him. A similar story runs in parallel in another world. Their alter ego’s Varna (Anushka) is a tribal girl and Mahendra (Arya) is the son of the commander in chief of a kingdom on a different planet. Mahendra falls for Varna’s independent nature and tries to woo her.
Will Madhu accept Ramya’s proposal? Does Mahindra succeed in winning Varna? The movie is all about what happens during the course of their love journey.
You must have seen many love stories, But the director attempted an infinite series of Love Stories that are stitched together between the realistic & fictional world. Even though he attempted a movie that looks rich with high technical values, his overall execution can be defined pathetic. He took us on the wildest roller coaster ride!! He successfully detached the audience from the movie and but to his credit he invented a new GENRE in movies and what is the name? We don’t know.
Harris Jayaraj did a great job and composed some good romantic numbers. Anirudh Ravichandran did a decent job with the background score but was inspired from several Hollywood movies with an IRISH TOUCH, especially for scenes in the Terrestrial World. That is it!!.
A couple of saviors on this occasion are few breathtaking locations around the world & the graphic work. Especially the graphic team deserves a pat on the back for creating the Flying Lion fight sequence. The quality of the graphic work looked extraordinary and completely out of the box for Indian Cinema. Cinematography is marvelous with Hollywood quality. Decent screenplay but the slow-paced story makes it unbearable.