Just Math Mathalli

Just Math Mathalli

Just Math Mathalli

“Baato Baato Mein” many things happen, changing life sometimes. One such story is of Siddharth (Sudeep), a rockstar, who lives for the moment, and who also gives his girl his all, till the next one comes along. He pays a price for it, a heavy one at that. Scarred for life, he flees from reality and society until discovered at suicide point by Tanu (Ramya). The chatterbox proceeds to give him a dressing down. Circumstances throw them together and soon it is time to declare their feelings.

The story is narrated by Siddharth to Adi (Rajesh), a businessman with a penchant for penning screenplays and lyrics, aboard a Singapore flight. Both are flying there to find love.
This film marks the growth of Sudeep as a director. The presentation is stylish, its narration without any fuss. The screenplay doesn’t seem contrived and that’s a huge relief.

Till the drunken scene in the second half, there is enough momentum. The drunken philosophising risks getting people irritated, or fall in, full “fida”. The climax is a letdown to hardcore Sudeep fans. The film entertains nonetheless. Sri Venkat’s camera and Raghu Dixit’s music lend themselves to the director’s vision, embellishing the narration. Rohith and Sudeep excel.

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