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Courier Boy Kalyan almost takes the entire first half to come to the point. That is quite a long time for a movie to take to just arrive what should have been its biggest priority, given it pretends to be a thriller. While we await, we have to tolerate Ashutosh Rana as a pyscopathic doctor and Kalyan as an aimless courier guy just trying to make Kavya (Yami Gautam) fall for him. There is hardly any point to the whole first half except that a bunch of greedy doctors are causing abortions to aid their research and get valuable stem cells from foetuses to be used to cure physical ailments of rich people.
Anyway, by the time the movie reaches its climax where Kalyan suddenly becomes the responsible courier guy he was supposed to be from start, you are wondering what the point is all about. The chase which is for aboiut 15 to 20 minutes as the doctors' henchmen look for the package that Kalyan has drifts wildely from one location to another without making sense. Eventually, it is delivered and sanity is prevailed. Except, you were expecting a thriller and what you got was exaggerated drama and some poor stunts with bad characterization. The cinematography is average and so is the music and the screenplay and dialogues by director Premsai fail to capture your imagination or interest you. All in all, it is a movie of wasted opportunity.