Ameer Khan (JD Chakri) and Amar Sastry (Ramesh Arvind) are
buddies in a village. Ameer Khan is a rich guy and has a long-cherished
dream of flying to USA and to do the white collared job. Amar
Sastry is a poor guy who has lots of responsibilities and
the entire burden of his family is on his shoulders.
conventional parents of Ameer want him to join the college
run by Abdullah - a friend of Ameer's father in Hyderabad.
Ameer asks Amar to join the college as lecturer with Ameer's
name. Abdul has a professional rival in educational industry
called Narahari (Jayaprakash Reddy). Abdul's daughter Mumtaz
(Neha) is in love with Ameer.
is cheated by the H1 broker in Mumbai. Ameer returns to Hyderabad
and joins Narahari's educational institute as Amar Sastry.
Narahari has a beautiful daughter called Meenakshi (Meera
Vasudevan) and she is in love with Amar Sastry who is in the
form of Ameer Khan. Confused? Yeah! That's why this film is
Chakravarthy: He appears for 10 minutes in first half
and has a good amount of footage in second half. This role
is a tailor made one for Chakri. He performed with lot of
Arvind: This Kannada actor excelled in the role of a Brahmin
guy disguised as a Muslim. He is a perfect fit for the role.
But is not a familiar face for Andhraites. The one who dubs
for Venu has dubbed for Ramesh Arvind in this film.
Heroines Neha and Meera Vasudevan do not have much role to
play except for few songs and scenes. Meera resembles Vasuki
and Prema. Both of them performed well with in their limitations.
Brahmanandam provided good amount of comedy as 'Kokila'. Though
it's not a special comedy role, he provides ample comedy for
the masses. The actor who did the role of temple priest has
also performed good situational comedy. Veteran comedy actor
Padmanabhan donned a variety role of bamma in an impeccable
Story - Screenplay - direction - production: PN Ramachandra
Rao - a senior comedy director (of 'Chitram Bhalare Vichitram'
fame) in Telugu and Kannada - handled the movie in a good
way by targeting it to the masses. This is a mass and situational
comedy flick. The comedy timing by director is good. But the
film is wrapped up without concentrating on the quality. PN
Ramachandra Rao had to forcibly become the producer of this
film as the original producer left the project due to debts.
Dialogues by Thotapally Madhu does have good rhyming. But
most of our dialogue writers reserve a typical Telugu for
Muslims in Telugu films. Had Thotapally Madhu changed it,
it would have looked more realistic.
Music by Vandemataram is passable. The song penned and picturised
on Khajuraho structures is pretty good. The title song of
the film is inspired by Hindi 'Qurbani' tune.
departments: Photography by MV Raghu is OK. Editing by
Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao is good.
This is a low budget situational comedy flick aimed at masses.
This film has nothing special to offer. At the same time,
it is not boring. It's an average flick that provides good
time pass. You can watch it at your leisure.