(Hari Krishna) is a good-hearted rice mill owner in
a remote village. He has twin sisters called Seeta and
Geeta (Uma). They secure first rank in EAMCET examination
and join in a medical college in a city. There is a
womanizer medico student called Anand (Rajiv Kanakala)
who traps these twins. He has sex with each one of the
twins without the knowledge of others in a couple of
carefully planned endeavors. When one of these twins
becomes pregnant, he kills them both with the help of
his father and uncle.
comes to city in search of his sisters. He finds the
fact out. The rest of the story is all about how he
eliminates the bad guys who were involved in the murder
of his sisters.
Krishna: Hari Krishna had given an earnest attempt
in playing the role of a loving brother who takes revenge
on the ruthless people who are involved in the killing
of his twin sisters. But lots of scenes in the film,
especially the sentimental ones, look out of place.
The court scene in which Hari Krishna pretends ignorance
got good applause. The movie ends with a lecture on
Indian judicial system that lasts for 10 minutes. Hari
Krishna's dialogue delivery reminds that of great legend
NTR in that scene. He had driver ramudu attire for a
song and kadhakali disguise in another song.
Meena did a role that is heavy with sentiment. Sujatha
seems to have given her voice for Meena. Amani did a
brief role of college principal. Rajiv Kanakala gets
a major pie in this film in terms of the footage. He
acted as sadistic womanizer. He has one duet in this
film with Uma. Uma did dual role as hero's twin sisters.
She is ok. Jaya Prakash Reddy and other villains are
competent. Asha Saini did an item song. There is less
of sexuality and more of vulgarity in the appearance
of Asha Saini.
Posani Krishna Murali is said to have prepared this
story after reading an incident that took place at the
medical college of Guntur. It is a typical personal
- direction: Screenplay of the film is mediocre.
Direction is old fashioned. Narration is pretty average.
The director inserted lots of melodrama whenever he
got a chance. The sentiment scenes are over-dramatized.
departments: Dialogues by Posani Krishna Murali
are not up to the mark. Unnecessary references to the
current events and clichéd dialogues are unwanted
for. Photography by Madhu A Naidu is mediocre. Music
by MM Keeravani is disappointing. His background music
in the first half is average and in second half is better.
The best thing in this film is natural visual effects.
One would not recognize that one girl did two characters
unless somebody tell us. Extreme care has been taken
to make the twin roles look natural.
This film in the combination of Hari Krishna and Posani
Krishna Murali is a disappointment. Posani Krishna Murali
is at blame for the kind of story he cooked up for this
film. His knowledge of Indian police, judicial, legal
and medical systems is amateurish. He has shown Indian
judicial and police system the way he wanted without
looking into systems and procedures. Here is one incident
that narrates how pathetically this story has been treated
Krishna testifies in the court after killing the victims
that his sisters (supposedly dead) did those murders
and they have gone into jungles now and taking shelter
at Veerappan. Then the judge Nutan Prasad summons the
police to go and search for hero's sisters and also
of the first half of the film takes place in collage
campus. Hari Krishna goes missing on the screen for
45 minutes before interval. The second half has action
orientation. The plus points of the film are Hari Krishna
and visual effects. The minus points are story, dialogues,
screenplay and direction. This film's fate depends on
how masses receive this film in B and C centers.