Rushi (Jagapati Babu) is a hot blooded man who fell
in love with Anjali (Neha Mehta). Anjali is the daughter
of a mafia guy. Rushi and that mafia man are at logger
heads. Anjali hates violence and she bids adieu to his
love because Rushi has become violent.
leaves all his past and starts a new life as a yoga
instructor and practices non-violence. In the process,
he comes across 4 youngsters who had problems with getting
their girls falling in love with them. Rushi helps them
out. In the process, they comes to know about the past
of Rushi. Rest of the film is about how they tries to
show gratitude to Rushi by uniting Rushi and Anjali.
Babu: Jagapati Babu who is looking for changing
of image from a family hero to a mass hero has chosen
the role of a mass character that inspires youth in
this film. He justified the mass role. However, there
are some scene where the projection of heroism of Jagapati
Babu went little over board.
Sonia Agarwal did the role of a girl who is in awe of
Jagapati Babu. She is hot. Neha Mehta is sensible in
her simple girl portrayal. Sony Raj and Swapna Madhuri
did their bit. There are four youth heroes in this film.
Except for Chaitanya Krishna, all others looked convincing.
The comedy by Venu Madhav is hilarious. Ali's comedy
is also good.
Screenplay - direction: Raju Vupati - a debutant
director - tried to project lots of mass elements though
this film. You have everything here. Helicopter chases,
motor cycles parade, train sequences, blasts, a violent
flashback for a seemingly innocent looking hero, dialogues
on student power, different camera angles, skin-touting
heroine. Director has good taste at doing mass scenes.
But what lacks is a proper screenplay and a steady narration.
The director had so many twists in the second half that
we wait for the climax of the film like the TV viewers
look for a TV serial to complete its total run.
Music by Ramana Gogula is OK. However, there are two
good melodious songs 'Challani Gaaliki' and 'Maradala
Dialogues of the film offers all kinds of variety. There
are good comedy dialogues like 'Nenu Margadarsi lo
cheraadu. Oka aggipette konukkunnanu' (Venu Madhav)
and sensible dialogue on love like 'Nammakam lekunda
Premincha koodadu. Premalo padda tarvatha pelli chesukundama
vadda ani alochinchakoodadu'. However there is a
dialogue that projects students in a bad light like
'veellu rayalaseema students. Bambulu chetabadataaru
vaatini visurutaaru. Veellu Nizam students gaddapaaralu
chetapadataaru. Tupakulu pelustaaru. Veelu Andhra students.
Photography by Arun is worth mentioning. Some of the
aerial shots and bottom views in this film are good.
The camera placement is also different while canning
The first fight and the fight before interval scene
are very good. However, there is so much of confusion
about the umpteen number of characters in the climax
fight that you would be wondering who is beating whom.
The first half of the film is average. But the second
half is marred by too many twists and fights. This film
is the first foray of Radhika's Radaan Mediaworks in
the production of feature films. She has selected a
seemingly potential storyline that has good scope for
mass elements. But the execution is not good enough.
We have to wait and see if this film helps Jagapati
Babu to establish as a mass star.