Balu (Akash) is a sincere and hardworking student who is just
graduated from college. He meets a junior girl Aishwarya (Anu
Priya) in his college at the time of graduation. Both of them
like each other. But due to shyness, they don't express their
Balu parents force him to get married soon. Balu was not sure
if Aishwarya loves him and he doesn't want to take any chances
of losing her friendship by expressing his love. He wants
to go for a love marriage. Hence, he puts a condition to his
parents that he would attend 'pelli choopulu', then date with
a girl for 6 months. If both of them like each other then
marriage would be the next step. When Aishwarya is about to
express her love, Balu tells her that his 'pelli choopulu'
are successful and selected a girl named Ramya (Ashita) to
date for six months.
rest of the film deals with the triangle of Balu, Aishwarya
and Ramya and about whom Balu married in the end.
Akash is OK in this film. But there is something terribly
wrong with the dubbing done to him. The voice of the dubbing
artist is not in sync with the expressions of Akash and it
sounded awkward. Akash seems to have some stock expressions
and dance movements. He kept on repeating them. With the pace
by which he is acting in films, he will become redundant after
two more films. He should improve his range of expressions.
Priya: She resembles Bhanu Priya (Bhanu Priya after she
entered 30's). Probably that is the reason why she is screen-named
as 'Anu Priya'. She looks pretty much elder to Akash. She
is horrible in dances. Her acting too is very artificial.
The love stories need the kind of heroines who make the film
viewing a pleasant experience. Even if the film is pathetic,
the crowds don't mind staying till the end if the heroine
is beautiful and romantic. Anu Priya is a negative asset to
Screenplay - Direction: This film is one of the best examples
of bad direction and screenplay in the recent films I have
seen. The screenplay of the film makes you squirm with grudge
in your seat. The direction is very amateurish. There are
gaping loopholes in the scenic order. The debutant director
Satya Nayudu needs to go back to his school again and learn
the basics of filmmaking before venturing into his next project.
Looks like only Sravanthi Ravi Kishore know how to extract
the right stuff from Koti (for Nuvve Kavali and Nuvvu Naaku
Nachav film). The music for this film is a B grade one. And
the last song of the film is a bland lift of Hindi tune from
The only positive thing about this film is the good dialogue
work by Marudhuri Raja. He has penned very good dialogues.
Again, the inefficiency of the director comes into the picture.
The director should have good comedy timing sense to make
those good dialogues be pleasant to the eyes and ears of the
audience. There are so many jokes in the film, which had laughter
on the screen (done in rerecording). But all the audiences
view those supposed-to-be humorous scenes with uttermost disgruntling
First half of the film is plain garbage. Second half is little
interesting compared to first half. The positive points of
the film are Marudhuri Raja dialogues and Surya's comedy action
(though it reminds us of 'Premaku Velayara' stuff). But these
positive points are not enough to inject any oxygen in to
the film. Don't watch this film unless you are forced to review