(Sumanth) is a mechanic at Dhoolpet area. Swetha (Charmi)
is a college going student who is the daughter of a
media baron Chandra Sekhar (Vizag Prasad). Gowri and
Swetha fall in love and it irks Chandra Sekhar. He seeks
the help of the leading mafia leader Sarkar (Atul Kulakarni)
to separate Gowri and Swetha. The rest of the story
is all about how Gowri wins back Swetha with the consent
Sumanth had a little beard
to suit the mass look of his character. He is good as
usual and performed really well in fights department.
Charmi is glamorous and
performed well. But it is Atul
Kulakarni who is going to walk away with honors
with his compact histrionics. The dubbing of Ravi Sankar
to him suited very well. The separate comedy track between
Venu Madhav and Jyothi
is entertaining, though there is a bit of vulgarity.
Naresh and Kousalya
are adequate. Vizag Prasad
is fair. Raghubabu is impressive
among the henchmen. Chiram Seenu
and Srinivasa Reddy are
Story of the film is a routine one, but with a difference
towards the characterization of hero. The film is about
how hero wins over the bad guys and put some sense into
their heads with his magnanimous thinking and good deeds.
The film ends with typical DDLJ kind of climax.
- direction: Direction by Ramana BV is OK. He rightly
established the brutality and ruthlessness in the character
of villain. But he has given too much emphasis given
towards action sequences and could not establish the
much needed inspiration in the characters of Naresh
and Kousalya. Screenplay of the film has certain lags.
The important scenes that got good response among the
Sumanth getting his friend and the girl who eloped
with him back to the marriage hall. This scene establishes
the goodness in Gowri character.
2. Sumanth's first confrontation with Atul Kulakarni.
This established the mental toughness of hero character.
departments: Music in this film is just average
unlike Sravanthi Ravi Kishore's earlier films, which
were musical hits. The song Nemmadi Nemmadigaa is good.
Background music is ok. Dialogues by Marudhuri Raja
are fair. There are well written dialogues for hero
- villain confrontation scenes. Fights by Peter Hyne
are good, but there is too much of thread work. Camerawork
by Hari Anumolu is adequate. The camera angles are good.
Production values by Sravanthi banner are good, as usual.
First half of the film is mediocre. Second half is better.
This film has mass orientation with a bit of class touch.
The plus points of the film are Sumanth, villain's characterization
and mass episodes. The minus points of the film are
lack of compactness and slow narration. This film would
be a little disappointing one for the fans who like
the films from Sravanthi banner as Gowri assumes entirely
different texture. The fate of this film would depend
on how well the masses receive it.
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Intlo Srimati Veedhilo Kumari