This film stars with showing the births Siddhardha Roy (Pawan
Kalyan) and Madhumita (Bhumika Chawla) in Kolkata and Kaikaluru
respectively. They grow up and the scene changes and this
couple are of 20 years old now. Siddardha Roy, who is fondly
called as Siddu, is all set to go to Canada after securing
the admission for doing his MS. On the other hand, Madhumita,
who is fondly called as Madhu, is all set to engage a guy
whom her father has chosen.
the destiny has other plans for them. Siddu meets with an
accident and gets hospitalized. The guy with whom Madhu is
supposed to get engaged elopes with his secret sweetheart.
And Madhu and Siddu get an admission in the Nizam college
meet each other and find that they have lots of things in
common and are made for each other. But there is one catch.
They want others to express the love to them than expressing
fine evening, during exams time, this couple wanted to do
combined study. As Madhu is reading a book on 'Internet',
our Siddu joins her with a book on 'Cobol'. Madhu is sensually
dressed with a black transparent saree which made Siddu voyeur
at her novel which gets exposed due to the breeze of air.
Madhu gets suspicious and realizes that Siddu is ogling at
her novel, in deed. She asks him about what he is doing and
he denies the act of ogling at her. A small issue gets blown
out of proportion and their inflated ego takes over their
hearts and they decide that they are no more friends. They
do not share any relationship.
are brought back together as Madhu's best friend Lakshmi and
Siddu's best friend Babu are in deep love and Lakshmi's father
Gunduba Satti threatens Lakshmi of dire consequences if she
continues her relationship with Babu. Madhu and Siddu decide
that though they are united to save their friends, they individually
share no relationship.
marry off Lakshmi and Babu. As told by a background voice
in the biginning of the film, it is sure that Siddu and Madhu
are going to marry each other. But the most exiting thing
is about this film that the turn of events they have gone
must watch this film on a big screen with DTS effect to experience
this amazingly essayed celluloid poetry.
Kalyan: "One-Man-Show" is the apt word that
describes the role of Pawan Kalyan in this film. He has shown
finesse in each and every department. Be it dialogue delivery,
fighting, singing or dancing. This film has four fights, which
are extraordinary. And the specialty of these fights is that
Pawan Kalyan himself composes them all. They are very real
and pretty powerful. The dialogue delivery and modulation
of Pawan Kalyan is impeccable. So are the dances in this film,
which are done with lot of grace.
Chawla: Bhumika is very cute in this film. She matched
Pawan with her performance.
& direction: SJ Surya, who made a terrific film Vaali
in the past, has come up with another winner this time. There
is no story in this film. The whole 2 hours and 45 minutes
of this story runs with a neat screenplay. He has done an
extraordinary job as screenplay wright.
The rerecording of this film is excellent and event the minute
change of expression on the face of the actor is synchronized
with the superb orchestration of background music in this
film. Songs of this film are very good.
Rajendra Kumar's dialogues, which are pretty comedy oriented,
make the viewers giggle all the time.
In addition to the six songs below, there are two other English
straight songs for which Pawan Kalyan has done ultimate dances.
One of that being the Macerena song that comes after the movie
is over as a backdrop to the credit titles
Sarah Jahan: This song comes as an introduction to Pawan
Kalyan and his Good Samaritan attitude of respecting the
country and citizens and bashing up the evil elements. This
song in shot the streets of Kolkota.
This song is shot in the luster locales of New Zealand.
This is another highlight of the film, which is shot in
the sets erected.
Matalaku: This is the cutest song of the lot in this
film. Shot in the backdrop of luster locales, it shows Pawan
Kalyan narrating the way women behave to his pet dog as
Bhumika Chawla looks on.
Chelia: This song of the film just happens when thing
started to go right for the couple.
Holi: This song is a teaser for Bhumika Chawla that
has Pawan and the vamp Mumtaj doing maverick dances.
PC Sreeram's work is another asset for the film.
AM Ratnam, the uncompromising producer has compromised on
some thing this time. Quality, that is. No wonder, this film
has taken one year in making. AM Ratnam deserves another pat
on his back for delivering another wholesome entertainer,
a remade film this time.
This film has 70% of comedy, 20% of songs and 10% of action
in the backdrop of undercurrent love. Once, I started watching
this film, I forgot about everything else and immersed myself
in the inscrutable story that is unfolding on the screen.
This film is an urbane one and has got all the ingredients
the youth looks for. Pawan Kalyan is going from strength to
strength and this is the best film done by him so far. The
success of this film is unstoppable. But the magnitude of
success of this film depends on how hardcore masses embrace
this delicate urban youth film. Only the time will tell.
I had to restrain myself from watching this film for the matinee
again, as I had to rush to idlebrain studio to give you the
review. I am jetting off to watch the film for the first show