The plot is simple as the promos say, "he is 60, and she is 18... Some love stories are never meant to be understood". The movie is totally focused to this one single story and hence there is no time for non-sense - no songs or extras for comedy.
The director has made the script sail very smoothly and naturally. From the beginning to the end the movie sticks to the reality criteria. Cinematography is simply superb. Camera movements are at their best as it is generally with Ram Gopal's movies. The use of colors is excellent. Background music again has played a very important role and it has been used very beautifully enhancing the impact of the script. There are many long silent moments in the movie, where music speaks everything.
This is the first time I've seen Hindi words so beautifully used. Coming as it is from AB's mouth, it gets all the more impressive with his perfect pronunciations and inimitable voice. Besides his voice, his facial expressions are a treat and one realizes how much he can actually say without speaking. The same though cannot be said about Jiah Khan who debuts in this movie. Her role luckily is that of a girl who has had very disturbed upbringing and so her behavior is supposed to be kind of confusing and irritating, for which it seems she didn't have to act much. On the other hand Revathi has acted very well and has done full justice to her role as a house-wife.