Banner: A K Entertainment
Cast: Manchu Manoj, Sheena Shahabadi, Ahuti Prasad, Jayaprakash Reddy, Vijay Kumar, Subbaraju, Supreeth, Paruchuri, Brahmanandam, Sunil, Raghu Babu, master Bharat, Telangana Sakunthala, Vennela Kishore etc
Music: Bobo Shashi
Cinematography: Ramesh Babu
Director: Veeru Potla
Producer: Sunkara Ramabrahmam
Release Date: February 05, 2010
A repeated tale, the story begins with Ajay (manoj) who is shunned by the big family of Mahendra Naidu (ahuti), the MP and noted person in Chittoor. Apparently, Ajay’s father was the cause for this. Anyways, Mahendra Naidu has got a strong family feud with Seshadri Naidu (jayaprakash) and attacks happen on their family so he reluctantly calls Ajay to his house along with other family members. All hate him due to his father. Ajay meets his cousin Girija (sheena) and in no time, love happens. Meanwhile, the tussle between Seshadri Naidu and Mahendra Naidu gets violent and Ajay decides to intervene and resolve the problem once and for all. How he does that forms the rest of the story.
The director has come up with a routine tale and though the narrative was okay, the presentation was not upto the mark. Dialogues were average, the script was regular and the screenplay was weak at few points. Background score was good but songs were not projected well. Cinematography is a major setback, editing was crisp. Costumes were neat and the art department made its presence felt. Fights were very well choreographed. Manchu Manoj gave a high energy performance and he was careful not to do solo scenes which would have been poor otherwise. Sheena looks sexy but it is her cute face that gives a sweet feel to the viewers, she has done enough glamour show and performance was effective. Ahuti Prasad and Jayaprakash Reddy were regular, Brahmanandam and Raghu Babu generated good laughs, Sunil was normal, Subbaraju, Supreeth, Paruchuri, master Bharat, Vennela Kishore, Telangana Sakunthala and others did their bit as required.
The film finds a lot of familiarity with movies like ‘Ready’ ‘Namo Venkatesa’ etc and so there is nothing new about this one. While the first half is just about okay and will please the masses, the second half picks up with few interesting scenes here and there. Overall, the technical aspects are poor but if the content was worked with few twists and turns then it could have created a better impact. At the box office, it is in the hands of the masses. If they just seek entertainment, it will make some money, the classes could find this stale and old.
Tollywoodandhra Verdict : Routine tale, nothing different