Chandu (Venky) and Vijay (Suresh) are brothers. They belong
to a wealthy family where the elder brother Vijay is responsible
and take care of the business. The younger one Chandu is a
spoilt brat and a womanizer.
is in love with Sandhya (Prema). Chandu happens to visit Ooty
and gets bowled by a damsel Geeta (Simran). But he comes to
know that Geeta is a tough nut to crack. So he plays different
tricks to attract her. One fine day he expresses his love
to her and duly deflowers her. Right the next day he takes
train to Hyderabad without informing Geeta and attends the
marriage of his brother Vijay and Sandhya. At the time of
marriage Sandhya enters the scene with Geeta claiming that
Geeta is the younger sister of her and Geeta was used by Chandu
to satisfy his lust. Sandhya breaks the marriage with Vijay.
realizes his mistake and repents for the same. He approaches
Sandhya and pleads her. She gives him an opportunity to change.
If she realizes that Chandu is a changed man after six months
then she will endorce the marriage of Chandu and Geeta. The
rest of the film is all about how effectively Chandu convinces
Venky is his usual self. But his character looks hackneyed.
Venky needs some change in terms of his get-up and mannerisms.
His action in the last scene of the film where he expresses
his love to Simran is brilliant and it moves you.
Simran looks weary in this film. Probably her busy schedules
are taking toll on her. Her character is extension to that
of her's in 'Nuvvu Vastavani'. She did a wonderful job, nonetheless.
& direction: The touch of Uday Shankar, who has given
a memorable film like 'Kalisundam Raa, is not there in this
film. This entire film, including songs and comedy, lacks
continuity. Screenplay and direction of this film is not up
to Venky standards.
Mani Sharma does not impress the viewers in this film. It
would be more appropriate if I say that the director did not
utilize Mani Sharma properly.
T Trivikrama Rao seems to be in love with the stories where
the protagonist plays a negative role. He has chosen the story
of Mangalya Balam (1959) and rehashed it to make this film.
Barring the two episodes, this film looks pretty unimpressive.
One episode is when Venky pataos Simran in the first
half. The second episode is when he puts up his three ex lovers
in the same hotel and creates comedy. Generally, Telugu people
would love to chill out by watching Telugu cinemas in the
summer time. But, this film would rather make the people happy
outside theater in summer than inside it. But, this film's
sentiment may be liked by the masses. Hence, this film has
potential to become good grosser in B and C centers.