Aiswarya (Sandhya) is a rich adolescent girl. Murali (Bharath) is a poor uneducated boy who
works as bike mechanic. They fall in love and Aiswarya's parents want to marry her off to a rich NRI.
Aiswarya forces Murali to take her away from hometown Madhurai. They reach Chennai. The rest of
the story forms the crux of the film.
Bharat is good. He did a deglamourized role in the initial parts of the film. His dancing
abilities were exploited in the only duet of the film that comes in the second half. Sandhya is a
complete revelation. She is terrific with her natural performance. Her girl next-door looks and adolescent magnetism added lot of believability to characterization. Sukumar - who acted as buddy of Bharat - is competent. Arun Kumar who acted as aide of Bharat is very hilarious with his cowboy attitude. Dandapati and SK Murthy fit the bill.
TeluguOne Perspective :
First half of the film is good with lots of entertaining moments. The second half is too serious and realistic for a regular Telugu film goer to take in. Climax of the film is heart touching. Producer Suresh Kondeti's taste should be appreciated for choosing some art kind of film instead of run-of-the-mill stuff. Raw portrayal of Madhurai would have nativity problems for Telugu audience. It is like watching a Tamil film. The commercial success of the film depends on how Telugu film lovers receive the second half of the film.