(Tripuraneni Kishore) and Sravani (Renuka Menon) fall
in love when they visit the wedding of mutual friends.
Sravani's father (Mukesh Rushi) is a mafia leader. Kishore's
father (Chandra Mohan) is a bank employee. Sravani's
father opposes their love. Sravani and Kishore elope.
The mafia leader is on hunt for Kishore and Sravani.
The film ends with Kishore and Sravani convincing mafia
leader with their sermons on love.
hero Tripuraneni Kishore
is the son of a Telugu film producer TVD Prasad. For
a first timer, his performance is satisfactory. Heroine
Renuka Menon has the features
of a Telugu girl with a bit of flab. Though appears
pretty homely with a pleasant smile, she took every
opportunity in the first half to expose her cleavage.
Among the comedians, Venu Madhav
scores high marks with his loud comedy followed by Brahmanandam
and Rajesh. Actress Bhuvaneswari
did a vamp role in the comedy gang. Telangana
Sakuntala played it to the galleries with the
ladies hostel episode.
It is a typical love story with a thread of parents
opposing on the basis of difference in social status
of two families. The marriage trip to a village is taken
as base for the formation of love between the lead pair
in the first half. The second half has the elopement
followed by chase.
- direction: Jonnalagadda Srinivasa Rao who directed
films Eduruleni Manishi (Nagarjuna) and Mansunte Chalu
(Usha Kiron Movies) in the past directed this film.
He catered to the frontbenchers by having mass oriented
narration. The comedy in this film is loud and bit vulgar
at times, though it got good response from mass audiences.
Screenplay of the film is placid in the first half and
bit swift towards climax. He adapted Teja kind of screenplay
in the second half (lead pair eloping and escaping from
the bad guys and cops).
Vandemataram Srinivas offered tunes of mixed verities.
'Ne Preminchedi Ninne' is the best of all with a soothing
melody. However, this pathos song is diluted with erotic
picturization (drenching and tickling) when the sentimental
love bond need to be rekindled during the time of separation.
Banginapally Mamidipallu is the best mass song with
a bit from 'Bapuji Zara Dheere Chalo' (Yana Gupta) imitated.
The songs in second half are good. At times, background
music dominated dialogues (especially the climax scene
where heroine explains about their love)
departments: Dialogues by Rajendra Kumar are OK,
if you can excuse bland comedy dialogues. Camerawork
by Jaswant is satisfactory. Choreography by Lawrence
and Rajasekhar is fair. Most of the movie is shot in
RFC. Production values of this film are adequate.
First half of the film is mediocre. Second half is better
with interesting episodes. The ladies hostel episode
is good. The plus points of the film are music and certain
episodes in 2nd half. Since the movie has more of mass
orientation, the film might appeal to the crowds of
B and C centers and mass audiences. 'Valliddaru Okkate'
might reach the target if promoted well.