|Cast:||Ram, Raashi Khanna, Satya Raj, Rao Ramesh, Murali Sharma,Posani Krishna Murali, Prabhas Sreenu, Tulasi, Hema, Priya|
|Directed by:||Santosh Srinivas|
|Produced by:||Ram Achanta, Gopi Achanta and Anil Sunkara|
Hyper - Story
Surya(Ram) is a carefree youth who is obsessed about his dad Narayana Murthy(Satyaraj). This love for his dad lands Surya in trouble all the time. Things take an ugly twist when a powerful minister(Rao Ramesh) locks horns with his dad who is a sincere government officer. Things get to a point where the minister is hellbent on getting a file signed by Surya's dad. As Narayana Murthy stands firm on his values and does not sign the file, the minister starts targeting his family. Rest of the story is as to how Surya takes things in his hands and saves his dad from this chaos.
Hyper- Star Performance
Although his energy levels were appreciable, There is no freshness in Ram's characterization or his performance. He, however, does pretty well in the interval block. Raashi Khanna increased her glamour dose. She is just alright when it comes to the acting skills. Satyaraj is first rate and a delight to watch in emotional scenes. Rao Ramesh once again entertains in the role with negative shade. Murali Sharma is okay. Rest of the cast is adequate.
Hyper- Technical Team
Gibran's Musical Score is disappointing. None of the composition leave a strong impact. Background Score by Manisharma is okay. Sameer Reddy's Camera Work deserves a special mention. Production Values are rich. Some of the dialogues penned by Abburi Ravi were good enough. Santhosh Srinivas has yet again picked up a routine subject but failed to entertain as much as he did with 'Kandireega'. Although the point is quite fresh, He didn't succeed in penning an interesting screenplay around it. Those who expected him to make a comeback after 'Rabhasa' were let down.
Santosh Srinivas should have worked more on screenplay. However the movie has its entertaining moments and that is what has saved the movie. The movie might gel well with mass audience. There are more glitches and predictable storyline. However if you leave your brains at home, you can enjoy this one time for sure !