(Baladitya) is the son of Ramaraju (Nagababu), a landlord.
Chinna's mother died when he was a kid. Chandram (Chandra
Mohan) is Ramaraju's friend and a popular author visits
their place when Chinna turns 22. Then it is revealed
that Chinna is the son of Chandram, who was taken away
by Ramaraju in order to keep his Vamsam (dynasty) going.
The rest of the story is all about whom Chinna prefers
to stay with.
Baladitya is good in the
role of son who struggles between two fathers. He is
excellent in histrionics department. However, it is
pretty hard to see him doing many solo songs. Nagababu
is adequate as selfish guy who snatches his friend's
son. Chandra Mohan is neat
as the writer.
Story of the film appears pretty old. The sentiment
value would have been enhanced if two mothers fight
about the son than the two fathers. In order create
a 3-charcter film, the director deliberately avoid shooting
the film in public places and confined the locations
to a limited number. There are many redundant shots
in the film. Direction of the film is sloppy and screenplay
leaves a lot to be desired. Music is not up to the mark.
Photography is just average.
Number of characters in the film is three. Story point
of Vamsam is very small. Locations are limited. And
the duration of the film is over two hours. It is very
difficult to make such a film with so many limitations.
The director has given very old-fashioned treatment
to the film which made it a boring proportion to the
audience. On a whole, this film disappoints big time.
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