Gopi (Srikanth) and Papi (Sunil) are wayward youth who lives
in a bus that is converted into a mobile home. That bus is
the only property that is inherited by Gopi from his father
who was a popular drama artist. They plan to take loan from
a bank and convert that bus into a mobile canteen.
get Rs. 25,000/-, their first installment of loan from the
bank. All of a sudden, a Banjara girl (Gayatri) enters their
bus. They show sympathy towards her as she is innocent and
does not even know how to speak Telugu. Papi, whose life ambition
is to secure a visa to Dubai, arranges a job for this Banjara
girl in Dubai through some agency in Hyderabad in return to
some money and an assurance of a job for himself. Later on,
it is revealed that the agency sells the girls to Dubai. Gopi
goes to the agency and pays Rs. 25,000/- as the price and
brings her back to his mobile home. Gopi and Banjara girl
have feelings towards each other and they fall in love.
fine day, Gopi and Papi discover that the Banjara girl carries
a revolver. Then they investigate about her and find that
her name is Gayatri and she is the daughter of CM (Chief Minister)
of Tamil Nadu. When confronted, Gayatri reveals that she is
fed up with politics of her father and flees away from home
to enjoy the life of freedom.
she calls up her father and asks him to send Rs. 5 lakhs to
the bank account of Gopi. She asks her father that favor in
exchange of Gayatri going back to Chennai and marrying the
bridegroom selected by her father.
returns to Chennai. Gopi do not want to accept the bounty
of Rs. 5 Lakh at the cost of freedom of Gayatri. He wants
to return the money and free Gayatry from the clutches of
her father. The rest of the story revolves around how Gopi
along with three comedians create havoc in the marriage ceremony
of Gayatry at Tamil Naidu CM's residence, before heading for
a happy ending.
Srikanth looks fresh in this film and he donned several roles
like these in the past. But, he tries his best to be different.
Sunil got equal footage along with Srikanth in this film as
his sidekick. But somehow, Sunil appears to have become redundant
because of over exposure and using the same punches in his
She is just OK. Her role is a limited one.
Screenplay - Direction: The director seems to have adapted
the screenplay of Tamil original as it is. Though the film
is kitted with series of humorous incidents, the lack of grip
on the script made the film boring at times. The direction
of the film is average.
Dialogues in this film are good. Chintapally Ramana tried
doing what he is best at. Writing comedy dialogues, that is!
Again, the director failed to make those dialogues effective
on the screen with bad timing.
Music of the film is pretty average except for a situational
song. Rerecording of the film is bad and at times, the music
dominates the dialogues.
It's a pretty average film that banks heavily on comedy. Comedy
alone cannot save a film when there is no grip on the screenplay.
Film is little boring, at times. The comedy in the film is
very clean and mass oriented. This film might click well in
B and C centers. You may watch this film in your home video.
But it's not worth watching in a theater by sitting for two
and half hours.