There are two neighboring villages in Rayalaseema. Goons head
one village and Raghupati Naidu (K Vishwanath) is heading
another village. As Raghupati Naidu is peace loving, his village
is dogged by the misdeeds of goons from the neighboring village.
In order to save the future of his village, Raghupati Naidu
asks one male kid from each family to be given for the purpose
of saving the village. Raghupati Naidu selected his fourth
son Narasimha Naidu as his family's contribution towards the
security of the village. All these kids will be trained and
prepared to protect the village.
(Preethi Jingyani) is the niece of Jaya Prakash, who happens
to be one of the goons from the goons' village who later settled
in another village. Narasimha Naidu sets up a naatya ashram
to teach classical dance to the students. Anjali falls in
love with Narasimha Naidu at the first sight. Anjali joins
Narasimha Naidu as the student and tries to make Narasimha
Naidu fall in love with her.
on, she comes to know that Narasimha Naidu is already married
and he has a kid too who is growing in the ashram. Narasimha
Naidu is a widower as his wife Sravanthi (Simran) is no more.
Anjali tries to get closer to the kid so that she can then
marry Narasimha Naidu.
parents of Anjali fix up the marriage of Anjali with one of
their relatives. When the uncle of Anjali comes to know that
she is in love with a widowed dance master; he attacks him
and threatens him that he would kill the kid. When they find
Anjali missing, the entire battalion of goons invades the
ashram of dance master only to find that he flew away.
Naidu, after coming to know that goons were coming to attack
him, vacates the ashram and boards the train. At the same
time Anjali too boards the train, though Narasimha Naidu rejects
it. Then a fleet 16 Whites Sumos containing goons chases the
train using a parallel road. And they over take train and
stop it forcibly at a station. Then we have around 100-armed
goons surrounding the train and vying for the blood of Narasimha
Naidu. After a couple of minutes Narasimha Naidu gets down
the train showing his back to them. And then turns around.
The moment, the goons realize that the dance master is none
but Narasimha Naidu; they leave all their arms and run away
to save their dear lives.
Narasimha Naidu explains Anjali his flash back.
Raghupati Naidu realizes that no parents in the village is
willing to marry off their daughter to Narasimha Naidu since
he is meant for sacrificing for the safety of village. At
that point of time Raghupati Naidu selects a beautiful girl
called Sravanti for his son. But Sravanti is too sensitive
and hates anything to do with violence. Hence Raghupati Naidu
asks Narasimha Naidu to act as a soft guy who has liking for
classical dance. After marriage Sravanti realizes the fact
and decides to live with it.
Naidu's three elder brothers arrive along with their families.
Narasimha Naidu has lot of love and adulation for his brothers
where as they treat him very bad which Narasimha Naidu takes
in good sense. After a few days Sravanthi blasts at those
guys who are making mockery of Narasimha Naidu. Then they
complain about Sravanti to Narasimha Naidu. Being upset about
this, Narasimha Naidu sends Sravanti to her parents place.
At her parents place, Sravanthi gives birth to a kid.
brothers of Narasimha Naidu are still upset with the insult
that is made to them by Sravanthi and decides to leave back
to the states. They arrange for the police security and refuses
Narasimha Naidu to accompany them. During this period, the
goons plan to kill on the brothers of Narasimha Naidu one
end and son and wife of Narasimha Naidu on the other end.
Would Narasimha Naidu marry Anjali? Will he kill the main
villain (the father of Sravanthi)? To know the answers to
these daunting questions, you should watch this film on the
The role of Narasimha Naidu has two shades. One aspect is
naiveness and other one is braveness. Balayya came up with
a thundering performance again. He had a few very good dialogues
in this film. In the second half songs, he imitated the antics
of Govinda and impressed the audience with his variety steps.
He too did lot of classical dance in this film (not in the
songs through). He is simply stunning in his Rayalaseema attire
get-up and reminds us of Samarasimha Reddy in many scenes.
Simran is given a role that is very similar to that of her
role in Nuvvu Vastavani. She would be wearing a plain sari
through out the film except for the songs where she looked
pretty glamorous. Simran has screen presence only in the second
Her appearance in this film starts with a scene in which oil
is poured in her navel. Though her intro started this way,
her act and behavior is decent and admirable throughout the
film. Preethi has good amount of footage in the first half
and has virtually no footage in the second half.
Saini: Asha Saini played the role of Simran sister and
she is the carrier of the information from one heroine (Simran
in the flashback) to another (Preethi of the present) and
did have a few pranks to play with Balayya for which she has
done fabulous work.
Vishwanath: He is as good as his role. His role did not
have any provision for K Vishwanath to exhilarate. His character
is of less importance in this film after Balayya grows up
as full-fledged Narasimha Naidu.
Story & Screenplay: Chinni Krishna has given the
story and screenplay. First half of the film is interesting
and the peak of inquisitiveness for the viewer goes to the
peak by interval. But in the second half the story is dragged
after the introduction of Narasimha Naidu's brothers and they
exploiting Narasimha Naidu. Screenplay of the film is good
in the fights and chase scenes.
B Gopal did his act in his style by putting ample amount of
violent action, loads of sentiment. The train-chasing scene
before the interval is highlight of the film and B Gopal made
sure that his mark is left in all the scenes.
Paruchuri and Balayya is the best combination and they lived
up to the expectations with their dialogues.
& Dances: All songs are good for the listening. But
on the screen, the songs in the first half are not as good
as we listen to them. In the second half all the songs are
superb. Another reason for the second half turned out to be
very good is that all songs have Simran and this pair jells
well in steps
Koko Komali: The first song of the film is the only slow
song in the album and is canned in abroad. This song is
on Balayya and Preethi. This song marks some classy steps.
Lux Papa Lux Papa: This song is on Balayya and Asha Saini
and it is pictured on the sets. Lux sponsored one of the
Nadiri Dinna: This song is on Balayya and Preethi.
Abba Abba: This racy song has lot of breezy fast steps.
This song is on Balayya and Simran. This song is shot in
abroad. This is the highlight song of the film
Chilakapacha Koka: This song is pictured in Ramoji film
city and Lawrance dance direction makes a difference to
this song. This song is on Balayya and Simran.
6: Ninna Kuttesinadi: Another song on Balayya and Simran.
Canned abroad, this song too has fast based steps.
First half of the film is very good with interval being the
nerve wrecking point. But the second half fail to meet the
expectations created in first half. The episode of Balayya
being exploited by his brothers could have been trimmed. This
may not be as good as Samarasimha Reddy. But it's definitely
better than Goppinti Alludu. Balayya, who amazed every one
with the collections of Samarasimha Reddy, may just repeat
the trick. It all depends on how the masses embrace this film
and how the other Jan and Feb releases are going to fare.
For the starters, Narasimha Naidu film started with a different
story given by Posani Krishna Murali with Balayya playing
the cop and the movie was stopped to accommodate news script.
Looks like it worked.