film achieves two objectives: to project N.T.Rama Rao (Jr.)
as an improved artiste and to preach the value of education.
The story rises enough curiosity from the beginning.
(NTR) wants to study law in a particular college which is
controlled by a goon-like student, Satya (Rajeev Kanakala).
All Satya does is bash up students and tear law books much
to the vexation of the administration, lecturers and students.
Enters Anjali (Gazala) who gets attracted to Aditya despite
his attempts to keep her at a distance.
It is time for Satya too to declare his love Anjali. When
he becomes pushy with her, an otherwise meek and silent Aditya
comes to her rescue and beats up the goons ----thereby revealing
his true identity and fighting spirit. To the surprise of
the students and the staff, Aditya turns out to be a murderer
who is undergoing jail term.
attends college, thanks to a cooperative and benevolent jail
superintendent (Tanikella Bharani). This part of Aditya's
padt comes in a flashback.
Aditya accidentally kills a student when the latter tries
to rape a girl. However, the girl and her father deny any
such occurrence and Aditya is sentenced for life. His father,
a disciplinarian, disowns his son. Now that Aditya decides
to study law as per his father's wishes, the sympathetic superintendent
There is also another villain (Kota Srinivasa Rao) who secures
question papers for entrance exams like EAMCET by bribing
officers and sells them for big money. Aditya's father, a
custodian of these papers, becomes a hard nut to crack for
the villains involved in this vicious chain. The rest of the
story involves making Aditya a lawyer and bringing the son
and father together.
The film is a mixture of possible and impossible situations.
Yet, the underlying message is simple. It exhorts students
to understand the value of education and fulfill their parents'
wishes. NTR Jr. performs better in his second film and displays
Gazlala just participates in song and dance sequences. Keeravani's
music score is good. Hari Anumolu's photography is another
Rajeev Kanakala -son of noted film personality Devadas Kanakala
- gets an improbable role of a young man working against the
interest of students, and he performs well. Malladi, as Aditya's
father, elevates the role to perfection.
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