|Cast:||Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas, Sonarika Bhadoria|
|Directed by:||Bheemineni Srinivasa Rao|
|Produced by:||Bheemaneni Suneetha|
|Music by:||Sri Vasanth|
|Release Date:||5th Feb 2016|
Shoban(Bellamkonda Srinivas) is a happy go lucky guy who goes to umpteen lengths for his friends. He has a batch of five friends and one among them always tries to woo the village beauty Vasanthi(Sonarika) but ends up failing each time. Left with no choice, Shoban takes things in hand and decides to help his friend. But during this process, Vasanthi falls for Shobhan. As these situations are showcased in quite a funny way, twist in the tale arises when Vasanti's father(Rao Ramesh) fixes his daughter's marriage to one of Shoban's best friends Jagan (Kabir Singh). Rest of the story is as to how, Shoban clears all his problems among his friends and wins his love.
The actors have nothing much to display on screen other than what they have usually done, in most films. Bellamkonda Srinivas continues to impress with “Speedunnodu” with his effort and his histrionics are neat. In major scenes he repeats his Alludu Seenu style once again. Sonarika Bhadoria is quite good in her traditional character and also lends the oomph when required in the massy numbers. Krishna Chaitanya, Kabir Duhan Singh, Shakalaka Shankar, Madhu and Srinivas Reddy are promising in the limited roles. Prakash Raj in a cameo seems to be having a solid time, basking in the profuseness of roles that he has been flooded with of late, and is remarkably fine. Rao Ramesh, Pavitra Lokesh, Jhansi, Psani Krishna Murali, Prudhvi, Rama Prabha and Pavala Shamala have nothing much to do in their limited roles. Tamannaah Bhatia is ravishing in the item number.