Viswam (Srikanth) and Murugan (Prabhudeva) are the quarreling
neighbors who come to Hyderabad in search of a job.
They join Buchayya's (Tanikella Bharani) company as
management trainees. Buchayya has a beautiful daughter
Sashi Rekha (Namitha). These two guys fall in love with
Sasi Rekha. Buchayya promises Viswam and Murugan separately
that he would marry his daughter off to them. Buchayya
promised them so that he could use them as pawns in
his business development. Later on Buchayya gets Bala
Raju (Sunil) as the bridegroom for Sasirekha. Viswam
and Murugan resent this move. Sasirekha gives an offer
to Viswam and Murugan that she is willing to marry both
of them if its ok to them. And after 24 hours, Viswam
and Murugan give their affirmative nod. The rest of
the film is all about how Buchayya tries to stop their
marriage. The climax deals with the reason why heroine
wanted to wed two guys at a time.
This kind of role is a cakewalk for Srikanth. Prabhudeva
suited the role of Tamil lad to the T. He gained some
weight and looks glamorous. Namitha did another glamorous
role. Though the entire story revolves around her, she
did not have interesting role to play. Tanikella Bharani
did a typical comedy villain's role. Sunil's comedy
as 'balaraju' is partly good. Brahmanandam is OK. Kovai
Sarala got an important role. MS Narayana's comedy is
good as usual.
Story: The story about a girl who is willing to
marry two guys at a time. But the real twist is unveiled
during the climax of the film. This kind of storyline
needs typical 'Priyadarshan' kind of characterization
and screenplay to click.
- direction: G Nageswara Reddy who made a name for
himself with success of teen flicks '6 Teens' and 'Girl
Friend' attempted this film with two middle aged heroes
Srikanth and Prabhudeva. This kind of storyline needs
slick characterization and on-the-fly screenplay. The
director failed to provide a gripping screenplay. The
direction of the film is good in parts. So is the comedy.
(Actually this film is captioned as '100% navvulu' in
the poster designs). The director tried to narrate the
entire story with the help of situational comedy. There
is no logic in the way the characters behave. However
illogical the characterization is, a director can always
make the audience feel at home with a quick screenplay.
But Nageswara Rao seems to have done less homework on
The tunes of this film gives you a feeling like you
have heard them before. The re-recording of the film
is mediocre. Its time for Chakri to learn some basics
about scoring background music for comedy scenes. The
kind of sounds he give for comedy bits in his films
irritate us. The last song in which Namitha
donned the white dress is entertaining.
The plus point in this film are the dialogues given
by Marudhuri Raja. Those dialogues did not assist elevating
the film because of slack narration. However there are
some scenes in the film that crossed the borders of
sensibility like -
No1: Villain sends goons to eliminate heroes.
And guess what! Heroes (who are wearing nothing except
towels) takes their towels off. The frightened goons
run away. Here is the conversation that followed
Sigguleduraa meeku? Valla daggara emi choosi paari
Goons: (no answer)
Goons: Abbailu pidi baakulla vunnarandi. Mee
kooturu sukhapadutundi iddarini chesukuni.
Villain: Nuvvu iddarini pelli chesukuni ela
Heroine: Moodu rojulu okaritho. Moodu rojulu
Sunil: (while jumping towards heroine) ante
Sunday free anna maata!.
The movie starts off well. The first half of the film
is ok. But the second half is boring. The strengths
of the film are dialogues and comedy. The weak points
are screenplay and narration. Thankfully, it's a 2 hour
film. We have to wait and see if this film finds a liking
in B and C centers or not.