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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
I really wonder if the real intention behind the movie was to pay tribute or 1980's era of movie-making or give Balaiyyah a stiff competition. Every possible dose of masala you would find in a movie of 1980 is incorporated. Clearly Paruchuri Brothers are still living and enjoying their old era where cinematic liberties are at its best.
Nag's performance is OTT. A sensitive, sensible person like Nag succumbing to such levels is indeed pathetic state of affairs. One should appreciate the guts of Nag to believe in the story, produce it and even act in it. Should seriously get back to RGV and Mani Ratnam.
Raghuvaran does a la Rober De Nero including his signature smirk. In 1980's that was viewed as good acting, by today's standards it loud acting.
Rahul Dev is alright. Probably using this opportunity to keep himself busy and earn bread and butter in the process.
Suneel is turning into v2.0 of Kota.
PS: what kind of city is this? Where the pretty girl's brother is a goon?
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