This film is based on the screen-play that's based on events that happened in a duration of forty minutes. Rana (Allari Naresh) is in search of getting credit of five lakh rupess to help his girl friend Isha(Gowri Pandit). He seeks his friend and a supermarket owner Ja.....
Allari Naresh, Sivaji, Meera Jasmine
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This film is based on the screen-play that's based on events that happened in a duration of forty minutes. Rana (Allari Naresh) is in search of getting credit of five lakh rupess to help his girl friend Isha(Gowri Pandit). He seeks his friend and a supermarket owner Jai's (Sivaji) help. But he too is in a financial crisis. Meanwhile, Teja (Rajiv Kanakala) hits a person while driving the car in a drunken state. He is arrested by police inspector (Rao Ramesh). What follows forms rest of the story.
This film truly stands on its screenplay. Director succeeded in filming the story with a good screenplay. Though some minor issues disturb, the first half is more interesting than the second one. He should have shown care in the story part to catch the audience attention. Though Venu Madhav's episode was intended to create humor, it fails drastically to entertain the audience. Director Ashok must be congratulated for his attempt, care should have been taken in minor issues to make it more entertaining and engrossing.
TeluguOne Perspective :
Allari Naresh:- Performed very enrgetically in his usual comic way. Sivaji has well done and did justice to his role. Rajeev Kanakala is excellent performance and showed great acting skills in the accident scene. Meera Jasmine and Gowri Pandit looked good. Pudi Praveen Kumar's editing is adequate. Music:- Scored by Chakri is a plus point for the flick. Re-recording too is well scored to suit the needs of screen-play based cinema. Dialogues:- Sekhar penned good dialogues that matched the scenes and characters. Direction:- It seems that the director of the film, Sekhar, made every attempt to reflect the mood of Hollywood flicks. One should appreciate the efforts he put in to make a good screenplay. Except some minor flaws in second half, Ashok must be congratulated for his attempt. This flick makes a good choice for those who love to watch thrillers.