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In the nutshell the movie pays tribute to the original super-hit "Yamagola" and blends in a few tried-and-test sub-plots (read that as 1980's formula loaded with cinematic liberties). Nonetheless, it is an interesting watch and delivers good laughs.
Jr. NTR:: Performance wise, strictly OK considering the fact that "original" NTRs blood runs in his veins. And yes, his dancing skills deserve special mention - very supple & fluid.
Mohan Babu:: Initially, you search for Satyanarayana in the character but as you go along the tide you feel his performance is equally impressive, if not better.
Priyamani:: Manages to effective evoke the sympathy of the audience with her "miss-goody-two-shoes" performance and her soft expressions. You are glued to her until Mamta Mohandas appears on the screen.
Mamta Mohandas:: Now she is one heavy-weight if I might use the expression for every time she appears in the frame she sets it ablaze. Bessotted - completely!
Khusboo:: No meat in the character.
Naresh:: Good to see after a long hiatus and well suited for the role of Narada.
Rest of the star cast is adequate.
The art department and the CGI deserves nothing short of standing ovation. And same should be said for the concept of resurrecting the "orignal NTR". Needless to say, very clever and indeed innovative considering the fact its great to see the duo share the screen space.
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