Ram aka Parasuram (Naresh) is a petty thief who is grown
up on stealing things since his childhood. He happens
to see a girl Meghana (Mounika) and then instantly falls
in love with her. He comes to know that she prefers
educated guys with knowledge in various languages and
cops. He impresses Meghana by feigning that he is a
is the daughter of businessman AV Rao (Rajendra Prasad)
- a widower. AV Rao has bad experiences with Purse Ram
in his daily life. When he comes to know that his daughter
is in love with Purse Ram, he reveals that Purse Ram
is a notorious thief. Meanwhile, AV Rao falls in love
with Prabhavati (Ramya Krishna) - his PA in office.
He lies to her saying that he is a bachelor and proposes
to her. She accepts him first and rejects him when she
comes to know that he is a widower.
rest of the story is all about how they patch up with
Rajendra Prasad is under
utilized in this film. He is excellent in his limited
has got major pie in the film and he did justice to
his role. Mounika is OK.
Ramya Krishna does not
have major role to play. Krishna
Bhagavan acted as hero's assistant and he created
good laughter. Rami Reddy, Kondavalasa
and Brahmanandam did adequate
comedy. Kovai Sarala looks
awkward as mother of Rajendra Prasad.
- Screenplay - direction: Story of the film is wafer-thin
and is of typical EVV genre film. Narration of the film
is done in humorous way. EVV got his timing technique
right in MAVG. However, the screenplay of the film meandered
in the second half by leading to a abrupt climax.
departments: Dialogues in this film are good. And
this time Janardhana Maharshi stayed away from writing
double entendre for EVV films. Music by Keeravani is
not impressive. Camerawork is ok. 2 fights composed
by Stun Siva are effective.
First half of the film is good. Second half makes a
sudden halt towards climax. Over all it's an average
film with good comedy packed in it. Its definitely better
than any of the recent offerings by EVV Satyanarayana.
You may watch this film for comedy. But make sure that
you leave your thinking cap behind while entering theater!