After progressing from villain to hero roles, Srikanth is
once again reverting to playing a 'bad man'. This film presents
him as a sadist and psychic almost till the end when he suddenly
turns into a good guy, who sacrifices the girl, he wants to
marry. That is what the story is all about.
Srikant as Chinni Krishna, stops his friend Kiran (Saikiran)
from getting united with the girl Latha, (Shaheen) he loves.
The entire narration gets stuck at this point due to Chinni
Krishna's villainous ways.
Strangely, Chinni Krishna loves Latha, but Latha and Kiran
are in love without seeing each other. The hide and seek game
continues with the story not progressing an inch.
The film takes off with a silly scene of a girl's father (Kota
Srinivasa Rao) thinking that his daughter is eloping with
Kiran, son of Pedarayudu (Chandramohan). But Kiran was is
fact helping her elope with her boyfriend. The enmity between
Srinivasa Rao Pedarayudu flares up. To avoid further enmity,
Kiran moves to another town and stays with his friend Chinni
What we see in between is the way Chinni Krishna plays spoilsport
whenever Kiran and his girlfriend decide to meet.
Saikiran's character looks foolish. Srikant, playing a sadist
role, is unimpressive, particularly in closeup shots.
Both the artistes fail to make a mark. Shaheen is a mere doll.
There is nothing in her looks to match the dialogue glorifying
her. The dialogue, even otherwise, is unhelpful and uninspiring.
Photography and music are average. For veterans Chandramohan
and Kota Srinivas Rao, this film is no opportunity to display