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I must admit that the only reason I watched this was because Kajal Agarwal was in it. That is pretty much the high point of the film in just about all respects. Okay, its colorful and the songs are not too bad but other than that it is a long winded film that takes a long time to get absolutely nowhere whatsoever. Clearly someone thought this was a great screenplay but it really is far too clever for its own good, it loses its way a bit too often and leaves you a little confused as to what the screenwriter was trying to achieve. Sorry but on the evidence of this Parasarum is neither an especially good writer, certainly not great with dialog and leaves a whole lot to be desired as a director. Perhaps he should consider a career change after some pretty average displays as a director and screenwriter. The casting is in general very average and there was absolutely nothing believable about the relationship between the two leads, which really sinks the whole film as pretty much everything revolves around them. Even just a few hours after watching it there is little remembered about this effort. Strictly for very hardcore Telugu film fans only.
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