Ravi (Upendra) is a software engineer and he chats with a
girl whose nick is Subba Lakshmi on the net. Ravi's nick is
Subba Rao. The real name of Subba Lakshmi is Aparna (Rachna).
Both of them love each other on net. Ravi shows himself to
Aparna using his web cam. But Ravi does not know how Subba
Lakshmi looks like.
Ravi and Aparna becomes project mates in a software company
in Hyderabad. Aparna knows that Ravi is Subba Rao. But Ravi
does not know that Aparna is Subba Lakshmi. Aparna keeps on
teasing Ravi on telephone as Subba Lakshmi.
fine morning, Aparna calls Ravi and asks him to come to temple
so that he can meet Subba Lakshmi. When Ravi visits temple,
he mistakes Divya (Sanghvi) to be Subba Lakshmi and smooches
her in public. Divya too loves him for months as he is a famous
boxing champion and Divya is his fan. Divya and Aparna are
sacrifices Ravi to Divya. Aparna asks Divya to tell Ravi that
she is Subba Lakshmi. Divya and Ravi gets married. How the
truth is revealed and what would be the consequences of the
same forms the rest of the story.
Unlike his past maverick and male chauvinist films, Upendra
acts as a good lover boy in this film. He impresses with his
Rachna looks ravishing in this film. She strikes a fine balance
between the emotions and exposing.
Her role in this film is a secondary one that enters in the
interval. She did well with in her limitations.
Story - Screenplay - Direction: The story of the film
is novel. But bad screenplay and direction misuses the novel
storyline. The first half is entertaining. But the moment
Sanghavi character is introduced; the film goes on routine
Comedy: The characters of Sudhakar and Tanekella Bharani
are introduced to take care of comedy entertainment. They
are partly successful in injecting some humor.
To take care of the frontbenchers, the character of Thriller
Manju is introduced towards the climax of the film. Fights
in this film are Ok.
Music of Neethone Vuntanu is pretty average. The locations
of the first two songs are good. Picturization of the songs
It's a good storyline spoilt by bad direction. If a young
director directs this film with youth heroes, it might have
worked with the tight screenplay. It's not a trademark Upendra
film. But there is one sadistically hilarious scene, in which
Upendra takes Sanghvi to celebrate their first night to the
graveyard and tries to rape her in it. Using TV monitor resolution
video for web cam chat also looks surreal. Over all, it's
a below average film.