The twin cities sport two sweet shop giants in the form of
Siva Reddy (K Vishwanath) and Sahadeva Reddy (K Satyanarayana).
Venu (NTR) is the teenage grandson of Siva Reddy and Siri
(Raveena Rajput) is the granddaughter of Sahadeva Reddy.
happens to see Siri on the day of Holi and falls in love with
her at the first sight. He gets hold of a photograph of her
and then uses her photograph to put up a hoarding in Abids
area asking her to call up his number. The parents of Siri
notice their daughter's portrait on the advertisement of Siva
Reddy sweets. The rivalry between Siva Reddy and Sahadeva
falls in love with Venu, since she likes the kind of attention
he gives to her, as she is a neglected girl in her house.
Its elections time and Siva Reddy and Sahadeva Reddy are given
MLA tickets from two opposition parties. Siva Reddy and Sahadeva
Reddy advises their grandkids not to meet each other till
the elections are completed.
packs up to Shimla along with his uncle as Siri visits her
relative's village. Meanwhile, the parents of Siri try to
arrange 'Pelli Choopulu' for her. Fed up with this, Siri travels
alone to Shimla in search of Venu. The rest of the story revolves
around how the lovers get united and sort out the differences
between the families.
You are in for big disappointment after watching the performance
of NTR. Forget the legendry NTR. He does not even come near
to the acting prowess of those youth debutant heroes coming
up now in Telugu cinema. Added to that, he is too fat for
his age and it shows up in his walk and dances. His first
priority should be to the shed the weight. Though people might
feel awkward to watch him on silver screen, NTR will get established
as a hero with few more films coming if he works hard on his
histrionics, dialogue delivery and weight.
Rajput: She is another big negative asset for the film.
She looks too young and raw to be a heroine and her acting
is very artificial.
& direction: Time has come to the Telugu cinema where
the success of the film purely depends on the screenplay,
even if there is no story. Director VR Pratap has failed in
providing good screenplay for the film. His direction in this
film is also not up to the mark.
Music is a saving grace for the film. SA Raj Kumar did a commendable
work with his good tunes and backdrop score.
When it comes to Usha Kiron movies, we talk about those facilities
and independence provided to the directors. Here is a good
example of how the infrastructure can be played around and
can be ill utilized without yielding any results. Poor screenplay
adds up to the poor emoting by the lead pair giving a torrid
time to the visitors despite of having a good music. This
film offers nothing except for satisfying the curiosity level
of audience about NTR.