Soundarya: Soundarya proved what a great actress she is with this film. She grabs the sympathy and love of the viewers with both hands. She made an impact with her 'Meghamala' character. She personified the images of a 'padaharanala telugu ammai', which we rarely find in real life in this advanced world.
Nag: Nag is there for the 1/3 of the film. He enters immediately after the interval and is there for 45 minutes do have two of the best songs in this film. His character of 'Sreenivas' has got the shades of Ninne Pelladata 'Seenu' character. And he looks double glamorous in this film. There is one particular scene in which he calls soundarya 'Megha Mala' when he meets her for the first time. All the 'Ninne Pelladata' viewers will remember a scene in which Nag teases Tabu as 'Pandu Pani'. Nag is a definite asset for the film.
Rajendra Prasad: The surprise pack of the film is Rajendra Prasad. He makes the first half of the film lively with his comic delight. He is given more footage in this film than he got in 'Kshemamga Velli ….'. In the second half he did not has any space for him. All the Rajendra Prasad fans can have a great time looking at the fine performance by 'Nata Kiriti'.
Srikanth: Srikanth is the perfect cast from this film. And he passes the test with flying colors. His performance is improving from film to film.
Music is the biggest asset of the film. SA Raj Kumar, who makes the song familiar by recomposing songs with different singers and inserting music of songs for the vital scenes in the film, has done a superior job.
RR Shinde, the man in his 50 got a chance to direct a film for the first time. He was in the industry for the past 26 years looking for an opportunity while working as assistant director to innumerous directors. Thanks to the celluloid scientist Nag, who has an eye towards the real talent. Nag encouraged RB Chowdary to give Shinde a chance and as a bonus he too acted in a film. After watching, the film you will not feel like you watched a film directed by a 50+. There is a particular shot for a song in the film, which I liked very much. Nag asks Soundarya if she knows any games. After hearing a no from her, he teaches her how to spin a top. Then the best song of the film, 'Gudi Gantalu' follows. This song starts with a top spinning on a LP Record of the gramphone record player and then the song is shot and at the end this top stops spinning. Just checkout, how other directors would have done if a top and a good song were given to them? RR Shinde is here to stay. And he will get more offers like this after this film release.