(Uday Kiran) meets Parvatha Vardhini (Divya Khosla)
accidentally on a road and falls in love with her at
first sight. She also loves him. But a few misunderstandings
crop up. And Shiva hurts Parvatha Vardhini very badly
on one fine day. Parvatha Vardhini decides to break
her relationship with him. The rest of the film is about
whether they meet again or not!
Kiran: Uday Kiran improved by miles in this film
in terms of histrionics. He is completely at ease and
has shown complete authority over his expressions. This
film would stand as the personal favorite for Uday Kiran
for the kind of freshness and different characterization
his character had. He also shown amazing confidence
while doing mass steps in 2 songs of second half. His
performance in drunkard scene is cool.
Khosla: Divya Khosla who acted in Salman Khan's
video and Reliance India Mobile's advertisement has
done a neat job. She looks cute. She had the shades
of Shriya and Amisha Patel in her looks and performance.
She is extremely good in 'Cheppave O Chirugali'.
Sunil comes as breather
of relief in the film with his comedy, though its unrelated
the main subject of the film. Srinivasa
Reddy, Babloo and
Suman Setty Deva
Darsini has done a very good job. She would be
suitable for akka & vadina roles in Telugu
films. Tanikella Bharani,
Siva Parvathy and Raghunatha
Reddy are gentle as parents of protagonists.
Vindhya is sexy in an item
This film is heavily inspired by Kushi and Serendipity.
Like the above mentioned two films, this film too explains
that if fate has it in store for you, you can't change
it. However, its so contrasting that the lovers who
are supposed to meet had their destiny written the other
- direction: Screenplay of the film is so lose that
if you cut a 10 minutes continuous love episodes in
either 1st half or 2nd half of the film, the viewer
would not find any lack of continuity. Direction of
the film lacks clarity. The taking and shot making is
impressive. But what is the use of having glossiness
and stylishness in taking when the main 'content' is
Music by Vidya Sagar sounds better when visuals are
mixed to sound. The background music is nice. The songs
in first half are taken in a classy mode. The first
two songs in second half are meant for the masses.
Comedy dialogues by Chintapally Ramana for Sunil episode
are good. The explanatory dialogues in climax is also
good. But, the dialogue writer did go into lecturing
mode while explaining about love and marriage concepts.
Photography by MS Prabhu is impressive. He used the
technique of altering between on-focus and out-of-focus
most of the times. The color schemes he explored is
vibrant. The locations he exploited oozed freshness.
MS Prabhu looks pretty promising.
departments: Stunts and choreography are good. Art
work is fair. The production values are rich though
the film is made in a medium budget.
If you cut the story related scenes and join them together,
you would get a footage of 30 minutes. Remaining 2 hours
and 15 minutes are used to explore the love and misunderstanding
scenes between hero and heroine. This film lacks clarity
and bores you at times. The film also lacks the much
needed feel to get the viewers involved into the narration.
However, the producer should be commended for agreeing
for a realistic climax. A good trimming of 30 minutes
might help this film. The positive points of the film
are Uday Kiran and technical values (taking, music and
photography). Negative points are direction and screenplay.