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On the day of his girlfriend's marriage, Gautam gets kidnapped by an unknown criminal. Bored on the way to the kidnapper's den, Gautam is forced to narrate his cute love story which is filled with loads of twists and turns.
Sahasra (Charmi) is a chorus singer struggling to make a career in playback singing. One night she goes to a wild party on the insistence of her fast-going girl friend (Pooja Bharati). A few days later she gets chased by unidentified men who try to murder her. The rest of the story is all about unveiling the mysterious happenings that occurred on that night where she went to party.Written by
Its great to come across a really good no-nonsense Telugu movie! Charmee's a charmer and she is super fresh here. She handles her role with great panache. This will be her role of a lifetime. Jagapathi Babu's part suits him very well as a coy cop. This movie is good because it carefully avoids all the excesses that other "mass" Telugu movies mindlessly indulge in. There are no corny dialogues to make you cringe. The director does a fantastic job handling the comedy as well as the dramatic parts. The music is quite soothing and not the regular cacophony that we come across in routine Telugu flicks. All the songs blend smoothly into the plot. The dialogues are very realistic and the kind you and I can relate to. Watching this film reminded me of 'Kshana Kshanam', another masterpiece. The director seems to have been obviously inspired by it.
The plot is airtight overall, although the ending may seem a stretch to some. I wonder how this movie did at the box office though, as it is "class" as opposed to "mass". Its sad to see good movies not being appreciated by the general public. I haven't watched 'Aithe', by this director yet, but I certainly will, now.
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