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Since 1965 bitter hatred and animosity has reigned between two families, namely that of Indrasen's and the Reddys, which results in the death of Indrasen's dad, and his two uncles, one of whom was killed by none other than his very own newly wedded wife from the Reddy family. Veer Shiva is arrested, found guilty and imprisoned. When he is discharged, he challenges Indrasen and gets killed. His five sons swear on his funeral pyre to avenge his death. Then their sister, Snehlata, returns from the U.S., is attracted to Indrasen and wants to marry him, much to the displeasure of her brothers, especially Veer Shankar, who would rather kill his son than be obliged to Indrasen for saving his life. While negotiating with the Reddys for some land to build a water reservoir, Indrasen ends up forfeiting his property, estate, and also making a commitment to marry Snehlata. On the day of the wedding Snehlata goes to the temple for prayers, and it is there that she it told that Indrasen has gone on... Written by
Chiru's film have become a sandwich recipe - regular ingredients like opening solo song, two heroines (with songs equally divided), flashback and villains from Bollywood spread properly between the slices of bread.
The story is so very clichéd and predictable only this time it deals with the factions. As a leader of faction, Chiru is portrayed as a modern day King who is ready to sacrifice anything for the welfare of the people. The writer has taken far too much leniency thinking that they are penning for 70's/ 80's audience.
For some strange reason every Chiru movie has (both!) heroines drooling over him. Why? The villain killing his own son just because he was saved by the hero - is simple bad digestion.
Comedy track could have been improvised. Sunil is over-exposing himself. And Bramhanandam is already over-exposed.
S P Balasubramanian makes a good cameo appearance.
Sonali Bendra is pretty and coy. Aarthi Agarwal must have found acting easy as she was imitating Naghma in Gharana Mogudu. And apart from these two you have Puneet Issar (okay), Mukesh Rishi and Raza Murad from Bollywood.
As from any Chiru movies, dances are good.
I liked the young boy who was made to walk like Chiru when he takes over as a successor.
I presume that the fans of Chiru always order old wine in new bottle every time and that is precisely what is served here, yet again.
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