Madhav (Sai Kiran) - a degree college student - falls
in love with his newly-joined class mate Radha (Priya
Sahadevan). When he proposes to her, she reveals that
she is already married when she was kid to her bother-in-law
(GV). After coming to know about the love of his married
daughter to another guy, her father Bhupati Raja (Ranganath)
takes her away from Hyderabad. The rest of the film
is all about how Madhav gets back his love Radha with
the consent of Bhupati Raja.
Sai Kiran is good in this
film. Buts it is so awkward to see somebody else dubbing
his voice. Heroine Priya Sahadevan
looks OK in traditional attire. She is not convincing
enough in emotional scenes. She deliberately exposed
her cleavage in almost all duets of the film. The comedy
track between Jaya Lalitha,
LB Sriram and MS
Narayana (as lecturers) is in cheap taste. Ranganath
and Sana are OK as parents
of heroine. Priyanka Naidu
fills the glamour slot in the film.
Story of the film is about child marriage. But, the
director used the popular technique of love and elopement
before delivering the message that love marriage concept
is harmful for the kids.
- direction: Screenplay of the film is uninteresting.
Direction leaves a lot to be desired. The taking of
the film reminds you of old Television serials. The
director failed in conceptualization of scenes and getting
right kind of performance from the artists.
departments: 2 melodious songs in this film scored
by Swetha Naga are decent. Dialogues are not up to the
mark. Camera work is inconsistent. Lighting work is
improper and color grading is dissimilar. Editing of
the film is average. Re-recoding by Raj is OK. The production
values of the film are very low.
First half of the film is boring, as it has nothing
to offer. Second half is slightly better as there is
some momentum in story. One wonders why Sai Kiran who
had a decent track record accepted such a bad proposition.
This film is surely going to suffer because of bad direction
and low technical values. IASPJ stands as a good example
for a bad film.