Divya Reddy (Sruthi Raj) and Ramya Reddy (Gajala) are inseparable
sisters, who studies in the same college. Srinivasa Sastry
(Raja) and Ramya love each other. Divya hates love due to
her own experiences in the past. Divya had a childhood love
Rajesh at an age of eight. Rajesh deserts her and leaves to
an unknown destination at that age.
and Seenu decides that they should get the Rajesh back so
that Divya falls in love with him and gives green signal to
the love of Ramya and Seenu. Seenu gets hold of Narasimha
(Srikanth) and pays him to act as the childhood lover of Divya.
the father of Divya and Ramya, who is a military major (Jaya
Prakash Reddy), returns from army for a month holiday. The
rest of the film is a laugh riot. You should watch this film
to know how the new relationships add spice and humor to these
main characters in the film.
Srikanth is at his best, as usual. He played his role to the
perfection with the consummate ease.
The debutant actor Raja leaves his mark. Its nice to see a
natural student looking guy like Raja playing the role of
college student unlike the 30+ aged popular heroes playing
'youth'. He acted with ease with in the limitations his role
Raj : Sruthi Raj looked more spirited and beautiful compared
to 'Veedekkadi Mogudandi'. She did well.
Her role in the film is a limited one. But she is too glamorous
in the first song taken on her.
Screenplay - Direction: E Sathi Babu, the protégé
of EVV Satyanarayana, directed this film. He seems to be following
the footsteps of EVV in selecting stories and giving them
comedy based treatment. He should have made the film compact
by removing some boring scenes in the first half.
Dialogues: Marudhuri Raja provided some good dialogues
though there are a couple of vulgar oriented ones.
Music of this film is average. The title song and the last
song of the film are impressive.
The first half of the film is average. But second half is
good with lots of hilarious comedy scenes. There is one particular
'Pinni' comedy scene that has the entire theater in the splits.
Brahmanandam adds some more spice with his 'Hyderabad' character.
Jaya Prakash Reddy did a comedy-oriented role very well. Over
all, it's a watchable film that has got some entertainment
value. Made on a shoestring budget, this Srikanth-starrer
is all set to recover the money and make handsome profits.