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Director Sasi, who has made few realistic films in the past, has made a hardcore action entertainer with romance and suspense, a new genre for him. Though his intentions are noble and Bharath has put in a lot of effort, the film is far from being watchable and fails to impress.
Arvind (Bharath) wakes up from an accident with the memory of his dead girlfriend Liyana (Mrithika). But all the people near him like brother Gopal (Santhanam) and psychiatrist Anand Murthy, swears that such a girl did not even exist.
What follows on is showed with lot of suspense, action and twists. There are few scenes which will engage the audience but on the whole it has traces of few films like 'Ghajini' and 'Samar'.
Bharath has put a lot of effort and hardwork to the role. His transformation from an cool dude to a one-man fighting machine is commendable, even though logic is put to the backburner. He is one single reason to watch the film. Among the two girls Mrithika has a meaty role but her lip sync is bad. Songs are the biggest speedbreakers in the film and they come at crucial places.