Two pairs of twins - Krishna & Ramu and Radha &
Seeta - get separated when they were kids. Krishna (Srihari)
and Radha (Ramya Krishna) grow up in a tiny village
as petty thieves. Ramu (Srihari) becomes a big cop.
Seeta (Ramya Krishna) is the heiress of a huge fortune.
is a don called Muni Raju (Vijaya Chandar) who uses
Guravayya (Kota Srinivasa Rao) to kill the parents of
these twins and separate them. The story of the film
is about how the male twins take revenge on the bad
guys when they grow up.
Sri Hari has shown some
variations in two contrasting characters of a thief
and a cop. His thief character suited him well because
of the mass appeal he possesses. Ramya
Krishna too did well in donning those two characters.
Vijaya Chandar is good
as the crooked villain with a soft appearance and with
criminal thinking. Thalaivasan
Vijay is OK. Kota Srinivasa
Rao did another role of a comedy villain.
Story of the film is a clichéd one which
we used to see in films that were made decades ago.
But, it still holds the viewers attention, if presented
Screenplay - direction: Ravi Raja Pinisetty seems
to be living in the past. His style of taking is quite
old-fashioned. Screenplay of the film is very predictable.
Picturization of songs is bland. Comedy in this film
does not tickle your funny bones.
departments: Music by Rupali is not up to the mark.
She copied tunes from Hindi films and English songs.
She lifted Kylie Minogue's tune 'Can't get you out of
my head' as it is. Dialogues by Manthri are mediocre.
Photography by Ram is average. Editing by Gowtam Raju
is OK. Visual effects in this film are bad (especially
the fx done for the diamond-robbery episode).
First half of the film is mediocre. Second half is bad.
The climax is unnecessarily dragged with excessive fight
sequences. This film has got an old-fashioned story
narrated in a clichéd style. The plus point of
the film is Srihari. Minus points are the direction,
screenplay and music. We have to wait and see how it
performs in B and C centers.