Ajay (Nagarjuna) is an adman (director and hero) who has a
definite idea about how his future wife should be like. He
gets married to a village belle Kamakshi (Simran), handpicked
by his mom from her native town Kovvuru.
marriage, Kamakshi meets with a hairline fracture. The entire
family of Kamakshi lands up at Ajay's house to take care of
Kamakshi. She has a beautiful and greedy sister called Lahari
(Reema Sen). During that period Suma (Suman Ranganath), the
regular model of Ajay, meets with a fracture and Lahari replaces
her as the model opposite Ajay. During that moment, Lahari
gets lured by the modeling profession and then falls in love
with Ajay. But Ajay does not have any feelings for her.
Kamakshi gets well and the parents and sister of Kamakshi
goes back to their village. But the bug of love bites Lahari
and She is unable to forget Ajay. She starts behaving differently.
She invites Kamakshi and expresses her desire for Ajay. Kamakshi
gets mad and returns to her home to protect her husband. Meantime,
Lahari resorts to suicide.
being very close to Lahari, promises Lahari that she will
make her marry Ajay. The rest of the film is about how Ajay
manages to save his marriage without hurting Lahari. You got
to watch this soft romantic comedy drama unfolding on the
silver screen to experience it.
Nag is in his elements in this film. He is totally natural
and exhibited the kind of charm he showered in the film 'Ninne
Pelladatha'. He is stylish and more handsome in this film.
For Simran, this role is a typical one and she did it with
poise. And too much of exposure to Simran can be dangerous
as we see her in most of the big films as the heroine.
Sen: She oozed lots of oomph in this film as the excessively
obsessed in-law of Nagarjuna in this film.
Ranganath: Her role is limited to give innuendos to Nagarjuna
in this film. She has a song and few dance bits.
& direction: The screenplay is the remarkable aspect
of the film. He made sure that there is no boring moment in
the film though the story is a clichéd one. KS Ravi
Kumar makes sure that he gives a special appearance in all
his films. In this film too he is shown dancing with the lead
pair in the locales on New Zealand.
and Dialogues: Janardhana Maharshi, the man who grew along
with EVV, is the story and dialogue writer in this film. Like
any of his (and EVV) other films, this film too revolves around
the sanctity of 'Thaali'.
Shyam K Naidu did a wonderful job in projecting the glamour
of the film. Nag looks extra-handsome in this film.
Though the audio is not well received in the pre-release scenario,
the album sales may go up as the music and songs sound very
good in the film.
First half of the film is very good. In the second half, the
pace of the film goes down a little before ending up in a
predictable routine climax. The comedy track by MS Narayana
and Mallikharjuna Rao looks inane. This film is a soft romantic
comedy one. And is recommended for all the comedy film lovers.
We have to wait and see, if the audiences in AP, unlike KS
Ravi Kumar's earlier comedy film Tenali,
receive this comedy. But it's worth a watch as Nag makes your
funny bones tickle. This film is a sophisticated version of
EVV's film sans vulgarity. It can pull ladies to the cinema
hall. But its doubtful how far it can reach the masses at
it sports just a fight.