A group of friends is brought forcefully to a village, where they are asked to help find the daughter of the village head, who believes these friends have helped in the eloping of his daughter with her love interest.
The movie revolves around eight youngsters, who become good friends in their freshman years when they join the college for their Bachelors in Engineering (B.E.). The life of these young ... See full summary »
100% Love Balu is a brilliant student and always tops his class. Maha Lakshmi comes from a village and stays in Balu's house to do her graduation in the same college. Balu has the typical ... See full summary »
Arya (Allu Arjun) is a happy-go-lucky, college-going youth with an attitude. He falls in love with Geeta (Anuradha Mehta) at first sight. He proposes to her in front of her boyfriend Siva. She bluntly refuses. The theme of the film is Arya's philosophy in life--one way love. While he keeps extolling and spreading the virtues of his philosophy, he also teases Geeta's boyfriend at every available opportunity about why he should fee threatened by Arya's one-sided attempts to woo the uninterested Geeta, if Siva so strongly believes in the bond of true love between them. What follows is a comic roller coaster. The rest of the film is all about how Arya wins Geeta with his positive outlook. Written by
Very different story line which catch holds the interest in first half of the movie and second half is a bit predictive yet interesting. Full of quick and chirpy humour which is quite impressing.
I had a dull feeling about Allu Arjun (the lead actor) until i watched this movie but he proved himself in Arya. Despite his unimpressive look and personality, his performance is very lively and energetic. The heroine is very dull in action unlike the hero.
Overall the movie is quite entertaining. Can watch it multiple times. Its a family entertainer with no vulgar scenes or dialogs. This was actually a turning point to the hero in his career.
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