Aryan Rajesh (Aryan Rajesh) is an America-returned-MBA who
loves roaming around with his school time buddies. He happens
to see a beautiful girl Priya (Nikita) at a shopping complex
and falls in love with her. He successfully accomplished the
mission of wooing her and they are in love. Aryan's parents
are happy. But Priya's father (Prakash Raj) is not happy.
Aryan's parents visit Priya's house to fix the match. Priya's
father doubts the sincerity in the love between Aryan and
Priya. He puts a litmus test to the couple by sending them
together for abroad for a month on a pleasure trip to understand
each and get closer. If they still have the same kind of attraction
even after the one-month trip, he would marry them off with
in a week after their return.
zoom to Dubai for a pleasure trip. During their stay, a few
small incidents cause ego clash between the couple. Priya
misunderstands Aryan as a womanizer and they decide to say
quits. In the meantime, parents were convinced that their
love is true and they announce the marriage date to all their
friends and relatives.
parents are disappointed when they came to know that it is
all over between Priya and Rajesh. Priya and Rajesh love each
other even now, but have an inflated ego to admit it to make-up
for the losses. Father of Priya chooses another guy and arranges
to do registered marriage to his daughter. Aryan decides to
go back to USA after realizing that Priya Okayed another guy!
How the couple gets back to each other forms the climax of
Rajesh: This new comer looks pretty average. His histrionics
are OK. But there is no spontaneity in his action. His dances
have rhythm, but do not posses the grace to make them look
at ease. He needs maturity in his mannerisms, which hopefully
would be improved in his future films. To show some ruggedness,
they added light beard and mustache.
She looks good. But opposite Aryan Rajesh, she appeared more
matured in looks. She is glamorous in songs. And director
made the best use of her glamour by showing ample skin by
making her wear short skirts and swimming suits.
Artists: Among the other character artists, only Prakash
Raj is given a meaty role with a couple of important dialogues
to tell. He changes the direction of film in the interval
with his controlled performance. Jaya Sudha is given a raw
deal in this film. She hardly has any role to play. I do not
understand why she accepted such a role, which can by done
by any other character actress. Chandra Mohan is shown as
a meek father/husband, who is taken for a ride by his son
who cracks jokes on him. Khayyum, Chitram Seenu and Babloo
acted well and entertained viewers as the pals of Aryan Rajesh.
Story: Main story line of the film is very good. Generally,
we observe that the people who go for love marriage find it
hard to maintain same kind of affection and love when they
become husband and wife. They please each other before marriage
and take other person for granted after marriage. Hence, the
director let this couples stay like husband and wife for a
month and tried to see if they remain the same.
- direction: EVV made a sincere effort to do something
different with this film. His films are known for mass comedy
with adult touch. But, he followed the current trend and made
film with youth background. But he interlaced some sensible
comedy in between (though there are a couple of toilet-humor
sequences). His direction is fresh and good. But the screenplay
is not tight. It took a beating in the second half.
Sateesh gave a 'Trivikram' brand sentiment dialogues for this
film. You can observe that lots of matured dialogues in this
film are a rehash work of Trivikram's dialogues. He did a
neat work as a dialogue writer.
Songs are not impressive in the audiocassette. But they are
good to see on screen. Background music is also impressive.
But most of the tunes are rehash work of Koti's old tunes
and a Hindi song. The second song 'Excuse
Me' is lifted from Hindi 'Style'.
Camera work by Srinivasa Reedy is good. He captured the beauty
of abroad locations very well. Locations in this film are
This film is made on a lavish scale. You can see beautiful
locations, which were never captured before on Telugu screen
First half of the film has some entertainment. Second half
is the weakling. The scenes in which the couple gets separated
in the second half are very unconvincing. The story in second
half is very predictable. Plus points of the film are locations,
music and photography. Over all it's an average film. You
can watch it once at your leisure.