Widower Govind Raj lives a middle-class lifestyle along with his son, Siddharth, and makes a living working as a laborer on construction projects and ensures that Siddharth gets a good ... See full summary »
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 ... See full summary »
Rambabu (Pawan Kalyan) owns a garage and is a mechanic. But he is a different young man who is sensitive to injustice and doesn't hesitate to take action as a responsible citizen. Soon, his... See full summary »
Balu(Pawan Kalyan) falls in love with a girl at first sight and can't know about her at first time. Later she herself meets him because of her hobby of collecting autographs from people ... See full summary »
A group of friends are 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.
Widower Govind Raj lives a middle-class lifestyle along with his son, Siddharth, and makes a living working as a laborer on construction projects and ensures that Siddharth gets a good education. Years later Govind is still a laborer, while Siddharth works as an interviewer on CC TV and is very popular. Since Govind's wife, Roopa, passed away, Siddharth conspires with his grandfather and gets his dad re-married to Shanti. When Shanti and Govind find out that Siddharth has fallen in love with Swetha, he goes to meet with her family and finds out that she is the daughter of his childhood friend, Veerendra Singh, who is now a wealthy contractor and has entered his name to stand for state elections. Veerendra is opposed to this alliance, but Swetha makes him change his mind, and he agrees to this marriage only if Govind promises to keep away from his son's life to which Govind agrees. On the day of the engagement, Siddharth exposes Veerendra's plan, humiliates him, and refuses to marry ... Written by