(Raja Sekhar) is like a modern day's Robinhood. But
he does not steal money from riches to serve the poor.
He steals money from corrupts and big thieves to feed
the needs of charity homes of physically and mentally
challenged people. There is a strong reason for him
to be so much attached to physically and mentally challenged
people. He has a twin brother Vishnu who is humiliated
by the entire society including his own parents. Siva
decides to help the entire fraternity of mentally and
physically challenged people instead of helping his
own brother. The rest of the story is all about how
he achieved his mission. It also includes how he took
revenge on a evil person (Viajayan) who harassed thousands
of poor kids including his twin brother.
Sekhar: Raja Sekhar donned two roles in this film.
He is excellent as the mentally challenged man. His
hairstyle in this film is not appealing. He did well
with in his own limitations.
Neha Dhupia - who did an item song in Ninne Istapaddaanu
- did the role of one of the heroines. She does not
look attractive in traditional attire. Tulip Joshi is
OK as a peppy teenager who runs after hero.
Naresh has got a meaty role in this film. Villain Vijayan
(stunt master) suited the role of villain. After a long
gap Bhupinder Singh (of Tammudu film) made his re-entry
with a fight in this film. KS Ravi Kumar made a guest
appearance in this film by introducing himself as Tamil
film director who is willing to do a pitcher (oops Picture)
with twin Raja Sekhar's as heroes. The twin kids are
very impressive and their excellent histrionics coupled
with sensitive portrayal is an asset to this film.
Story by Yugi Sethu has the backdrop of the mentally
and physically challenged people. But the modus operandi
and police system shown in the film are unrealistic.
First half of the film resembles us of 'Gentleman' where
Hero Arjun goes in different costumes to rob money.
- direction: Screenplay of the film is not gripping
enough. KS Ravi Kumar should have altered the Tamil
version to suit Telugu nativity as there is enough Tamil
scent still carried in Telugu version. He succeeded
in narrating the flashback and sentiment scenes between
kid twins well, but failed in narrating the robberies
story in a convincing way.
departments: Music by Vidya Sagar is average. 'Mahasaya'
song is good. Rerecording is OK. Dialogues by T Sainadh
are fair. Cinematography by Vijaya Sri is average. Stunts
by Kanal Kannan are nice.
Fist half of the film is dull. Second half is better.
The nativity changes made to Tamil 'Villain' are not
ample enough to please Telugu crowds. The plus point
of the film are the Raja Sekhar's performance as mentally
challenged and flashback episode featuring twin kids.
But Telugu movie lovers are not known to favor these
kind of stories where he plays mentally challenged person.
This film has teh chances to perform well in B and C
centers for the fights it possess.