For those who believe, that there will be some contract between the producer, director and others involved in the movie making should stay away from the movie. In an attempt to make 'reality cinema', a 'good director' can sometimes lose his way. But, when it happens too often, the audience may forget, that the director ever made any good movie. We have heard about sabbatical in the corporate world. The hapless audience can only hope, the director will get the hint, or can a person completely insulate himself to live in a make believe world, where common sense or audience sensitivities goes for a toss.
There is no story. There is no acting. A popular nursery rhyme is unnecessarily spoilt with not-so-innocent lyrics. Adhvik looks OK at times, uncomfortable otherwise. Sakshi, initially stiff, but gets some scope for acting and better in the second half, adds to the list of newcomers, who will be seen in similar roles in similar movies for sometime.
However, the worse is yet to come. From the ending, it seems...we will hear soon about a sequel being planned for this movie, 'Running successfully all over'...and for a likely title, go to top.