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Daya a fully corrupted officer who is bought up as an orphan, reasons with his girlfriend to bring justice to a girl. He is changed in the process and also finds the characteristics of a family he missed in the people he brings justice to.
It is a different film from Krishnavamsi's school. Though it is said that the basic theme is based on the sister sentiment, the hero of this film did not do much for his sister. However, he strives for the society and sees that no other girl would face the bad situation like his sister.
NTR gave a tremendous performance both in sentiment as well as action scenes. Especially NTR's expressions before the interval bang i.e., at the burial ground are quite superb.
Ileana and Charmme played glam dolls in the film and did justice to their respective roles. Charmme is cute in village belle attire and her performance as an innocent girl is good. She, however, had got a very little chance to expose her beauty, except in a couple of songs.
Music is quite good to listen. DSP gave melodious tunes and the re- recording is also okay. Dialogues before the climax would definitely make the audiences to rethink about the present system and the society.
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