Naga Lakshmi (Raasi) is an ardent devotee of Naga Devatha
in the temple of a village. Nagadevatha saves her when she
was one year old. When the entire village was facing plethora
of problems, she installed the idol of God in the temple and
saves the village from famine. Naga Lakshmi is regarded as
the God-sent gift to the village.
Lakshmi falls in love with Aditya (Sijju). Aditya's family
consists of a window-mother Lokeswari (Sakuntala) and two
elder brothers and their wives. Naga Lakshmi is the daughter
of the maid in Aditya's house.
has a wicked maternal uncle called Kanaka Raju (Jaya Prakash),
who is in the business of stealing idols from temples and
selling them off to the foreigners. Aditya marries Naga Lakshmi
in a temple and brings her to his home.
the people in Aditya home are against his decision and treat
Naga Lakshmi very badly. Aditya goes to abroad to do a job
(H1 visa). During that period Kanaka Raju gets a deal for
stealing the idol, which was installed by Naga Lakshmi. Lokeswari
throws Naga Lakshmi out of house. Naga Lakshmi witnesses the
moment of Kanaka Raju stealing the idle in temple. When Naga
Lakshmi asks him place the idol back in temple, Kanakaraju
Kanaka Raju reaches back home, he finds Naga Lakshmi at home
to his astonishment. He realizes that Naga Devatha entered
the body of Naga Lakshmi. The rest of the film is all about,
how Naga Devatha converts the bad people into good people
by making them realize the importance of humanity and divinity.
Raasi is the lifeline of the film. She carried the entire
film on her shoulders and did 100% justice to her role. It's
a nice feeling to see Raasi back on screen after a gap of
so many months. She dominated the entire film.
He is just a prop in the film and has a pretty small role
Screenplay - Direction: The director has chosen the same
old formula story and gave a traditional narration. The film
offers nothing new in screenplay and most of it is copied
from old devotional films.
Dialogues and Photography: Music of the film is of below
average quality. Dialogues lack punch. There are no comedy
dialogues. Photography offers nothing to write home about.
It's a pretty ordinary imitation of devotional films came
in the past. The only plus point of the film is Raasi. The
film is boring at times. The mantrikudu role of Rami Reddy
is very tamed one. Women and the people who like devotional
stuff might like this film.