Admittedly, the frequency of funny jokes is higher in the second half, but even that is impeded by the insertion of average songs. The loud background music through the film is unpleasant. K. S. Ravikumar (in a departure from his usual cameos), Bobby Simha, Balaji Venugopal and Karunakaran are all aptly cast, but the overall quality of humour is a let-down. That said, it isn’t difficult to imagine that the film could be successful in B and C centres. One of the production houses of the film, after all, is B & C Films.