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Hari (Ram), a DJ, proposes to many girls but none of them accepts his love. One day he sees a beautiful girl Sailaja (Keerthi Suresh) and she seems to like him too, but fear of rejection keeps him from speaking up.
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Venkateswarulu(Gopichand) a wayward guy helps his friend to elope with his lover from her brother Babji(Sampath) who is a dangerous don in Warangal. Knowing this his father Puppy(Chandramohan) drives him away from house. Venky started staying with his friend(Satyam Rajesh). One day he falls in love with Chandrakala (Rakul Preet Singh). But he gets to know that she is sister of Babji. How Venky will win his love forms the crux of the storyWritten by
Performances - Gopichand is so desperate for scoring a hit, and one can easily sense it. He went to an extent, where he graciously allowed side characters to have major pie. He is the hero, for namesake. Within his limits, he did well. So does Rakul Preeth. Chandramohan gets a nice role and he did perfectly well. Brahmanandam entertains, despite some routine comedy written for him. However, the show stealer is Boiling star Babloo a.k.a 30 years Prudhvi. He has got a meaty role and he excels in it. Hamsa Nndini plays an extended cameo.
Music - Music by Anup Rubense is okay though not as good as "Manam".
Other Technical Departments - Story is routine. Screenplay is even more clichéd. Dalogues are fine.
Direction - Seems like, Sreevas (the director) had only one thing in his mind - that is to entertain people. He is partly successful in doing so. Comedy clicks in most of the scenes while, goes completely in a predictable pattern in the rest. Direction is thus just okay.
Final piece - Watch it without having any expectations, you'll be entertained. And for quality movie lovers, give a skip as this is an extremely routine movie with some very clichéd scenes and offers nothing new.
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