Indeed, it is a silent love story. You hardly find the lovers
engaging in any conversation throughout the film. The entire
dialogues written for these two characters may last a sheet
of paper. The talking is mostly done by the boy's friends,
who shoulder the responsibility of uniting the lovers. Nevertheless,
the film casts a spell.
One finds none of the usual filmy stuff like adventures or
fight scenes. The only unpalatable scenes are in the beginning
in a college classroom, where a lecturer (M.S. Narayana) is
made fun of. The scenes should be deleted to help the overall
feel-good image of the film.
The movie is all about an introvert Bobby (Sachin), who loses
his heart to Mounika (Sampada), when he sees her walking out
of a railway station. From this moment, it is one-way love.
Her cool response perturbs the boy. For him, nothing exists
It so happens that they meet in a marriage again. This five-day
traditional marriage becomes the backdrop for the rest of
the drama. Numerous characters come into play.
Bobby tries in vain to attract Mounika. Her response when
he rescues her younger brother is lukewarm. He ventures to
write a letter and when he drops it from the first floor,
it lands by her father's side who picks it up, reads through,
Mounika's father has a different groom in mind for his daughter.
No one is aware about the growing fondness between the lovers.
Hell breaks loose when everything comes out in the open. The
rest of the film shows how this impasse is overcome, but with
a veil of suspense.
Shymprasad handles the subject well by making the visuals
speak for themselves. Most of it is reserved for blabbering
students, for quarrels between spouses, marriage blues and
pinpricks. The film's technical attaraction is its music.
Ramana Gogula scores well both for songs and background. Veturi's
lyrics, too, are interesting. Newcomers Sachin and Sampada
Sivajiraja and Srilakshmi as one pair, Delhi Rajeswari and
Tanikella as the second, Chalapati Rao and Annapurna as the
third, and Devan and Kavita as the fourth, constituting the
same family, give scope for a lot of entertainment. Saikrishna's
dialogue is passable.