Vamsi (Tarun) is an orphan. Radhika (Richa Pallod) is the
daughter of Durga Prasad (SP Bala Subramanyam), an industrialist
and she is motherless. Both these lads meet up on Valentine's
Day and they fall in love with each other, gradually. Durga
Prasad accepts the love of his daughter and arranges marriage.
In the meantime, Vamsi gets interview letter for his civils
examination and goes to Delhi.
does not return back and goes missing for months. This entire
episode in shown in the flashback. The movie starts with Vamsi
taken to the police station and beaten up and then joined
in a mental hospital and getting tortured. The second half
revolves around how the loves unite again and what is the
mystery behind Vamsi getting into Police station and mental
hospital. If you want to know who was the villain behind this,
you got to watch this predictable and meek film on the silver
Tarun is very good in emoting. His dialogue delivery is very
good. He is the only hero who can pronounce pure Telugu without
any accents. But his character loses out on the sympathy aspect
that he is an orphan. There is no scene where his vulnerable
angle of orphan was elevated. There are two scenes in which
he keeps on giving lectures in Prakash Raj style on 'mother
love' and 'love'.
Sharma: This is the third film of 'Nuvve Kavali' girl.
She is good in this film. But her characterization is not
poetic and she looks very normal.
Bala Subramanyam: He acted as the father of heroine in
this film and emoted well.
& direction: This film suffers from bad direction
and unimaginative screenplay. The director tried to maintain
the suspense angle in this film using flashback. But, the
director could not match the guessing level of an average
moviegoer. The people could easily guess the villain in this
film right from the beginning. This is a bad debut for the
director for a banner that has given Karunakaran to the industry
with 'Nuvve Kavali'. A love story needs to be told in a plain
manner with neat songs coming regularly. Except for the first
and last song, other songs come very abruptly.
Vandemataram is becoming repetitive like SA Raj Kumar, off
late. Out of six tunes, two are taken from his 'Jayam Manadera'
and remaining songs remember us of Hindi songs.
First half of the film is OK. But the second half is unimaginative
and was poorly handled. This is a typical formula film tried
to cash in the success of the pair 'Tarun-Richa' of 'Nuvve
Kavali'. Aimed at the youth, this film sports unending 'quotes'
and love related dialogues, which look unnecessary and boring,
at times. Overall, it's an average fare. We have to wait and
see what verdict the public would give to this film made by
the producer of 'Toli Prema' with the pair of 'Nuvve Kavali'.
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