Siddhu (Naresh) is from Srikakulam and joins a college in Vizag. He falls in love with Sailaja (Manjari), and she too accepts his love. A few days after the incident, the college declares vacations, Sailaja reveals that her father Obul Reddy (Jayaprakash Reddy), who is a big factionist has settled her marriage with Bhuma Reddy's (Vijayaranga Raju) brother. A feared Siddhu asks Sailija to separate than love as he loves his life and doesn't want to lose his life. He thinks everything practically and reveals his decision. However, Sailaja agrees to separate from him on one condition that Siddhu should come to her marriage and stay with her till the tying of knot by the bridegroom, that too with a smiling face. Siddhu accepts her condition and reaches her village. He withstands his emotions and the teasings of Sailaja. At one stage, Siddhu too tries to tease Sailaja by moving close with her cousin Nisha (Shradha Das). However, in the climax he comes out in open that he too loves Sailaja very much and can not live without her. He reveals that love is greater than life and he is ready to sacrifice his life for the sake of love.
Naresh is at his usual best. Besides comedy, he has got a very good opportunity to perform and show some feelings and expressions in many of the scenes and he too stood to the expectations of his fans. Manjari is okay as heroine. She has the looks of Keerthi Reddy and cooperated well with the hero in many scenes. Besides filling the glamour slot, she appears romantic in some scenes. The director has moulded her character also with a little scope for performance.He even failed to provide a crisp screenplay and the narration is too lengthy and boring. The establishment of love between the hero and heroine, the heroine's teasing the hero in the second half, with no one at home (all through the night) are too lengthy and they should have been cut to size.
TeluguOne Perspective :
The director, who was inspired at the success of films with mind games, tried to do a film on those lines but miserably failed to present his ideas on the screen. As a result, the film has remained a routine regular commercial formula film, sans any good twists. Moreover, the romance between the hero and heroine is too sexy and it is not known how the censor accepted those scenes without ordering cuts. There are many unwanted comedy scenes and dramatic twists, which are really not needed for the flick. In fact, they slowed the movement of the film. Though the hero tried his best and took the responsibility to move the film on his own, the film could be avoided without any hesitation.