After tasting a disastrous flop of 'Shock' , the director Harish Shankar never stepped back , came with a nice movie titled 'Mirapakay' and got a hit.! Then again , he was even more lucky to make a movie with Pawan Kalyan and got a hit too.! But now , apart from 'Gabbar Singh' , his previous works were all screenplay based gripping thrillers. But this flick is not of that genre. Harish tried his level best to showcase Jr NTR in the youngster look and was successful in doing so. But showing some one like that isn't enough for a movie to be a hit. It needs a story and a nice screenplay too. But , I think Harish just missed that small logic and started to concentrate too much on Tiger's look and style than the movie itself , leading to a very dry and unfinished product. The major flaw I found is with the "PROPER" introduction of characters , where Samantha's name is not known till some time in First- Half before the Intermission. And nobody even knows what NTR character's name is , except for his nickname being 'Ram'.! The dances were not of NTR's Trademark style. The music was not at all an asset. And when it comes to BGM , I'd say better forget about it.! NTR maintained his energy and sense of humor all through the First-Half whereas his dark side unfolds in the next half. Samantha was as usual , gorgeous and attractive as a show-piece is. When it comes to Shruti Hassan , It was a blunder by Harish to select her for this role , not at all apt. And upon that , Shruthi giving her own voice for her character , unbearable.! Apart from the strong One-Liners and a nice First-Half , the movie turns out a not up-to-mark entertainer. And once again our Young Tiger fails to prove himself to be a 'Multiplex Hero' as well as 'A Woman's Man'. Too much of blood-shed , not at all recommended for children. Only hard- core NTR fans will like the movie.