Mahendra (Prakash Raj) is a multimillionaire and a famous
industrialist businessman. Lahari (Soundarya) is his only
daughter and lucky talisman. He is very fond of her and does
anything that satisfies his daughter. Balaji (Chakri) is a
newly joined car driver for the one of the tens of cars Lahari
uses depending up on her mood.
her traveling in Balari chauffeured car, she discovers that
Balaji is a wonderful human being and eventually falls in
love with him. Earlier she gets assurance from her lovable
father that he would accept any guy, who is favored by Lahari
as his son-in-law. At the same time, Mahendra also given assurance
by Lahari that she would not mind marrying any guy her father
the time, Lahari selects Balaji, Mahendra too has got another
NRI guy in his mind. Mahendra rejects Lahari's proposal about
marrying Balaji. Balaji meets Mahendra and assures him that
he does not love Lahari. Balaji says that he will make Lahari
hate him by making her experience the life of middle class
rest of the film is all about Balaji taking Lahari to his
house and vexing her with his behavior so that Lahari runs
back to her father.
Chakri did his casual action in this film. His role has no
scope for performance. He did well with in the limitations
of his character.
Her histrionics are very good in this film. But Soundarya
has become obese in this film. Her body dominated her body
language. That's too she wore sleeveless dresses most of the
film. She appeared very elder to Chakri.
Screenplay - Direction: SV Krishna Reddy seems to have
become clueless from movie to movie. He is slowly loses the
grip on the pulses of audiences since the last year. This
film offers nothing to write home about. Though there are
a few comedy scenes, SV Krishna Reddy could get the proper
timing from the artists to get the scenes right.
- Dialogues: Story of the film has no stuff in it. Dialogues
by Janardhan Maharshi are very normal. People miss Diwakar
Babu dialogues in this film. Diwakar Babu used to be the right
combination for SV Krishna Reddy for the comedy films.
The music of the film is very ordinary with the typical SV
Krishna Reddy's Dappu beat dominating. Only one song
'Ameerpet, Amberpet' stands out.
This film has nothing to offer. It's a boring proposition
right from the scene one. SV Krishna Reddy fails miserably
to keep it up with the changing tastes of the Telugu audiences.
This film is not worth watching, even if it available for
free viewing on your cable TV.