(Sivaji) is fed up with his financial situation and
resorts to ending his life. But he is saved by JK (Prakash
Raj) in the last moment. JK promises to give all the
money Kalidasu needs without any strings attached. JK
runs a secret trust that helps the victims in distress
who resorts to the act of suicide.
notices Alakananda (Veda) on a TV program and falls
in love with her at the first sight. Alakananda runs
a flower boutique for work satisfaction though she is
a daughter of a millionaire. Kaludasu proposes to Alakananda.
She tells him to befriend her for a few days so that
she could know more about Kalidasu before taking a decision.
As Kalidasu try to get closer to Alakananda, the things
between them get worse. The rest of the film is about
whether Alakananda accepts Kaludasu's proposition or
did his character with lots of poise and ease. His accent
in second half reminds us that of Rajendra Prasad in
'Ladies Tailor' film. Veda
is probably the first fair-skinned heroine in a Vamsi's
film. Vamsi preferred the sensuous dark-skinned girls
as leading ladies so far. She is adequate. Krishna
Bhagawan did a major role in generating comedy.
Prakash Raj is good as
the businessman. Character of MS Narayana is hilarious.
Suman Setty, Bhuvana, Apoorva
and Jeeva are satisfactory.
Story of the film is simple. It is about a man who falls
in love with a woman. That woman buys time till the
climax of the film to get the time going. An element
of crime is added with Prakash Raj character. The crime
element got diluted and the love thread is not convincing
- direction: The taking, shot making, editing and
narration of the film is done in typical Vamsy's style.
He could get the timing right in comedy scenes in this
film. But, he sounded bit old-fashioned at times. Screenplay
of the film is adequate. Vamsi mixed comedy with crime
element successfully in his earlier films. This film
too had similar mix, but the crime element is not narrated
well enough to capture the attention. The climax of
the film appears incomplete and incomprehensive.
departments: Dialogues by Sankaramanchi Parthasaradhy
are satisfactory. Songs composed by Chakri are good
(though remind us of old Maestro Ilayaraja work). The
background music is bad in the comedy scenes. Photography
by MV Raghu suits the requirements of Vamsi's taking
style. Artwork by DY Satyanarayana is good. This film
is made on low budget.
Analysis: First half of the film
is OK. Interval bang is good. Second half is a bit slow.
Climax is abrupt. KTVC is a typical Vamsi's film with
love, crime and comedy entangled. Plus points of the
film are music and comedy. This film does not have anything
that puts you off. You may watch it once.
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