Director Rajkumar takes his liberty to append a tepid sub-plot to the already non-synchronizing second half of the film to make it all the more interesting. Will Manisha fall in love with Vidharth? This is what the second half deals about. By the time, the interval card rolls out, you can be certain about the film’s third-act and all you need to do is to wait, patiently, for your thoughts to appear on screen. Rajkumar does try to put in his earnest effort to depict the struggles behind households run by single women, but the scenes are poorly etched that we are left apathetic.