The story revolves around the characters in the Hindu Epic "The Mahabharata" and is set in Dwaraka, the hometown of Lord Krishna (NTR). Arjuna's son Abhimanyu(ANR) falls in love with ... See full summary »
Relangi Mavayya (Prakash Raj) is a gentleman from a small village Relangi and he believes in human values and relationships. He has two sons Peddodu aka Mallikharjuna Rao (Venkatesh) and ... See full summary »
Vicky(Prabhas) an ambitious, career oriented and self esteemed individual who never compromises in loosing opportunities or never adjusts himself in loosing opportunity to others. Vicky lives in Australia and is in pursuit of his dream, to open a gaming company along with his friends. Vicky comes to India to attend his sister's marriage. Priya(Kajal Agarwal), a Doctor by profession, kind hearted and feels herself happy by serving others, stays in a distant village in West Godavari district along with her father, who happens to be childhood buddy of Vicky's father
Upon reaching India Vicky's father (Nasser) proposes to marry his buddy (Murali Mohan's) daughter Priya. Vice Versa happens at Priya's house too. Both Vicky and Priya reject the proposal by citing reasons of behavior and later come to an agreement, saying 'They will get marry only if they like each others behavior and attitude', with their parents. Here is an interesting character in 2nd half, Maggi (Tapsi) an ambitious and self esteemed girl who never listens to others meets Vicky and falls in love. The rest of the story is how these north and South Pole, Vicky and Priya unites together. Who is right, whether it is Vicky who never compromises in giving things up or Priya who always wants see happiness in other people by serving them. Prabhas looks stylish, energetic and steals the show, Kajal Agarwal as usual charming and gave an extraordinary performance. Tapsee suits her role. Directory Dasharath has given extraordinary and gripping narration to the story developed by Sri Venkateshwara Creations Team. First Half is really good and 2nd half of the movie looks dragged in pieces and has more sentiment scenes.
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