Yet another film is all set to join the bandwagon of love
stories. Produced by A.R. Madesh, this successful Tamil film
is now dubbed into Telugu for the enjoyment of our audience.
Three-fourths of the film is a lighter-vein drama that revolves
around a music teacher, an A.C.P., their daughter and her
lover, apart from a hoard of students.
Most of the story happens in a college campus leading to a
love story involving Anjaili (Jaya Ray) and Aravind (Prasant).
Though Anjali's parents (the cop and the music teacher) fall
apart and live separately due to ego problems, her marriage
becomes the bone of convention between them. Aravind and the
A.C.P. are great pals.
Unaware of the fact that Anjali is his friend's daughter,
Aravind takes on himself the onus of finding a groom for her,
and also that of reuniting the warring couple.
Meanwhile, the heroine's mother, Sarada (Suhasini), is adamant
about getting her married to London-based Ganesh as she feels
that her daughter 's lover has no proper education or means
But for the last part of the sentimental drama, and the cunning
role of Sarada who plays foul in her daughter's life, for
her won reasons, there is no sustainable element of drama.
The entire screenplay is filled with college pranks, songs
and daces. The dialogue and treatment, at times, is offending.
Quite a bit of it appeared to have been censored.
For Prashant, who has good fan-following here, the role he
plays is a simple one and he performs with ease. Though the
music is good, and supports the love story well, the Telugu
lyrics are unintelligible. Jaya shows promise especially in
the last part, Suhashini gets totally a different role that
her fans never got to see her in - that of a cunning woman.
Mumtaz plays a dual role - of a college girl and a dancer.
The film, on the whole, is enjoyable.