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Krish (NTR) is the son of a billionaire businessman (mukesh Rishi). He has a girl friend Indu (samantha). Her friend Bhoomi (kajal) wants to pursue her higher studies and lands in trouble ... See full summary »
An orphan gets adopted by a rich and powerful family looking for an heir. But the family has a dark violent past due to dispute with other rival family. What will he do when the fate of his village depends on him?....
Daya (NTR) is a fully corrupted police officer who gets transferred to Vizag. There he joins hands with Walter Vasu(Prakash Raj)and treads the corruption route.Twist in the tale arises when Daya girlfriend(Kajal) gets accidentally kidnapped by Walter Vasu.This incident makes Daya very angry and he goes against Vasu and his empire.During this time, Daya also comes to know that there is a bigger motive behind this kidnapping. What is that motive and will Daya manage to find out the truth and punish the culprits forms the rest of the story.Written by
Jr NTR is nothing less than brilliant here, as he has another feather in the cop here. It is amazing how he has managed to flourish under almost every condition that has been put before him. How effective can he be? We can never know the limits of his abilities as it seems. Posani Krishna Murali is also nothing less than the powerful and later the helpless figure that he is supposed to be - there are actors who could have easily made this character more effective. Posani fails to bloom in this character. Prakash Raj and JP are also good and the former is extremely efficient at times Kajal Aggarwal is okay and suited for the role with her looks alone, otherwise she has much less to do. Pavitra Lokesh, Madhurima and Tanikella Bharini are limited to a few minutes on the screen. Ajay and Subbaraju have very less dialogues and presence.
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