final year students of B.com are fed up with their middle
class lifestyle. They want to become rich and they can't
wait till they graduate and earn money the hard way.
They notice that a guy they know went to USA and married
a rich American lady and settled there. A bar owner
from Goa in Hyderabad suggests them that they could
go to Goa and get hold of foreign ladies and marry them.
If they do so, they could gain easy entry to USA. These
guys set their journey to Goa and after a few hiccups
they realize that it's a wrong path. But its too late
for them as they are implicated in a murder of a foreign
girl. Rest of the story is all about how they get out
of the mess and learn to live the hard way!
Sumit Roy (of Bachelors fame) is OK among the 4 lead
characters. The other three guys are (Subhash Chandra,
Krishna Teja, Satish Reddy) amateurish but suited the
characters of spoilt brats. Jyothika Solanki and Karishma
Mehta provided the glamour part to the film. They are
fair. But its Dharmavarapu Subramanyam who turned out
to be the saving grace for the film with his typical
dialogue comedy. Ali and LB Sriram are average.
- Screenplay - direction: It's an unusual story
on Telugu screen. It needs brilliant screenplay to make
audience glued to the screen. But director could not
mold his script right, which resulted in bad screenplay
and uninteresting narration. The story has lot many
loose ends which does not look convincing at all. The
director need to hone his directorial skills when he
make another film to narrate the story properly without
losing the objective of the film and focus of the storyline.
departments: Dialogues by Mani Sharma T are mediocre.
Photography by Senthil Kumar is ok. The only plus point
of the film is good music by Krishna Vasa. The melodies
in this film are quite soothing and hummable.
First half of the film is bad. Second half is equally
bad. The director failed in handling the film in interesting
way. Only saving grace of the film is Dharmavarapu Subramanyam's
occasional comedy and good music. Don't get tempted
by the title. You can safely avoid watching this flick.