Surya (Venu Tottempudi) is a fun loving rich boy next door.
He falls in love with Girija (Shama). Due to some misunderstanding
between their parents, their marriage is called off.
parents of Surya fix up the match for Surya with Pooja (Malavika),
the daughter of their family friend. But Pooja too has a covert
love relationship with Kiran (Sivaji). Surya and Pooja decide
to get engaged and then cheat their parents and to finally
get married to their sweethearts.
rest of the movie is all about how the story takes twists
Tottempudi: Venu is OK in this film. Again, his character
does not have enough range to bring out histrionic skills.
She looks pretty unglamorous in her role. She turned out to
be a negative factor in the film. Her emotive is just ok.
She is another import from North, who slightly resembles Shaheen
and Samrin. She did well to enact the roll of glamour doll.
Story - Screenplay - Direction: R Ganapathi, a debutant
handpicked by Usha Kiron movies, fails miserably to deliver
goods. The screenplay is uninteresting. And direction lacks
any good taste.
Dialogues: The dialogues by Chintapally Ramana are of
no use to the film as lacks proper script.
Three music directors Vidya sagar, Bharani and Devi Sri Prasad
worked for this film. But the ultimate result is the bad music
for the film. Not even single song is worth remembering.
Usha Kiron movies provide full freedom and infrastructure
to the directors. And the director failed to make the best
use of it. One fail to understand why do Usha Kiron movies
should opt for Tamil guys when we have such a rapidly emerging
talented directors in Telugu. Dialogues play a vital role
in the film. One must be a Telugu guy to understand and appreciate
the Teluguness to extract the apt work from the dialogue writer
for soft films like this.
The movie is pretty boring. There is not even a single scene
in the film that captivates the mood of viewers. It's a bad
film from that came out of the good banner like Usha Kiron
movies. Watch it at your own risk!