(Sashikant) is a poor medical student who is supported
by the donation pooled in by the farmers and other poor
families in the neighboring villages. After completing
his medicine, he falls in love with Alekhya (Yana Sheik)
who is the only daughter of mafia kingpin Harischandra
Prasad (Anant Raj). Harischandra Prasad makes sure that
Rajesh is put in a jail on false charges of twin murders.
Rajesh escapes from jail with the help of Roshini (Poonam
B), daughter of a top-brass cop. The rest of the story
is all about how he convinces Alekhya that he is guilty-free
and how he proves his innocence to the court by exposing
Sashikant: This film is Sashikant's second film.
His body language is little stiff and he should learn
to be more natural. His dialogue delivery needs maturity.
He is good in dances and fights. He suited the role
of a mass hero. The light beard complements his looks.
Yana Sheik is adequate
as heroine. She gave a skin show. The dubbing done by
Sunita is good for Yana. Poonam
B is meant for glamour. She wore revealing cloths
most of the time. Anant Raj
and Sreeman are OK as the
villains. Padma Jayanti
is satisfactory as the widow mother. AVS
had a couple of powerful mass dialogues. Raghubabu
is impressive as the assistant of cop played by Brahmanandam.
Shakeela has adult comedy
in this film as well.
- direction: Story of the film is routine. First
half consists of flashback and escape bit. Second half
is about hiding from cops in jungles and interiors.
Director KS Nageswara Rao exhibited expertise in action
sequences. Other than that he could not succeed in holding
interest element in narration and maintaining grip on
the proceedings on the film. He added lot many vulgar
elements to attract the bench-class audience. He established
heroism well with the initial fight of the film. The
director got inspired by 'Passion of Christ' for the
scene in which hero is beaten up by police. But the
climax of this film is the most clichéd I had
seen in recent times. The following 3 scenes clarify
this fact -
kidnaps hero's mother, ties her to a pole and asks
hero to come and save her.
2. When hero is down in finale fight with villain,
hero's mother throws tayattu (Talisman) on hero. Hero
gets rejuvenated with the touch of tayattu and beats
3. The ultimate scene of collector (with police battalion)
entering and shouting to villain - 'You are under
departments: Music by MM Srilekha is an asset, though
most of the tunes are inspired by old tunes by other
music directors. Picturization of the songs is good.
Dialogues by Posani Krishna Murali are average. Fights
by Ram-Lakshman are impressive. Production values of
the film are good.
Analysis: First half is OK. Second
half is boring. Climax is a negative point. The plus
points are music and fights. Minus points are screenplay
and narration. There is good amount of vulgarity in
this film. 786 has potential to do well in mass centers.
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