Priya lives a middle-class lifestyle with her parents in an apartment complex near Vishshakapatnam in Southern India. This is a city that is paralyzed with fear by the local crippled gangster, Satya, and his dreaded son, Shatru, who are known to kill anyone who dares to stand in their way. Then a new resident named Ganesh moves in to the complex and Priya falls in love with him. Shatru receives a threatening phone call from a man who calls himself Mass - who swears to humiliate, frighten, and then kill him - all within 30 days. Shatru scoffs at this, but gets concerned when his vehicle is blown up, and several of his goons end up dead. He confers with Satya, and together they decide to entrap Mass. While returning home, Priya watches Satya's goons taking Haftas from local businesses, and it is then she sees Ganesh, who is attempting to stop them. Priya does not know that she is headed for heartbreak for Ganesh has fallen in love with Satya's daughter, Anjali, who is not permitted to ... Written by
As a fan of Nag I bought a VCD and watched this movie but it was extremely disappointing. The story is very predictable and it took lot of patience from me to watch the entire movie. Nag's performance can at the most be said to be average. The only good points in the movie was Rahul Dev,Raghuvaran's Acting an a couple of good songs by Devi Sri Prasad. The action part of the movie is also decent.
The trend of choreographers becoming directors may not be healthy. Prabhu Deva had started this and others have followed suit. I am very surprised how this movie became a success. 100 days in 74 centers!!! Unbelievable.
To make the whole thing clear, this movie can be watched once and that too only if you are completely jobless on a weekend.
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