Film: A AA E EE
Banner: Kalpana Arts
Cast: Srikanth, Sada, Meera Jasmine, Krishna Bhagawan, Tanikella, Kavitha, Brahmanandam, Ali, Sunil, Kovai Sarala, M S Narayana, Telangana Sakuntala, Raghu Babu, Apoorva, Venkat, Uttej etc
Music: M M Srilekha
Camera: Vijay C Kumar
Director: Srinivas Reddy
Producer: Boddam Ashok Yadav
Release Date: November 06, 2009
A routine treat, the story is about Chandram (srikanth) a good hearted man and he leads a happy married life with his wife Kalyani (meera). But then, Chandram needs money as he is told about the serious ailment to Kalyani which will complicate her pregnancy as well. As fate would have it, he stumbles upon a cash bag and his lawyer friend (Krishna bhagawan) gives him a good idea. That bag belongs to the rich girl Ramya (sada) who is presumed dead and due to unexpected circumstances, Chandram is forced to act that he is Ramya's husband in front of her parents. The story takes a turn when Ramya lands up at her home and from then on, Chandram has to balance between her and his real wife Kalyani. How did all this happen? What will Chandram do? All this forms the rest of the story.
The director has come up with an outdated story and though the presentation was okay, the narrative was dull. The dialogues were good at places, the script was average and the screenplay was normal. Background score was good and two songs are worth humming. Cinematography was standard and the editing was crisp. Costumes were as usual and the art department was good in the songs. Srikanth did his performance as required and his presence was justified throughout. Meera Jasmine was okay with her act and no issues on that end. Sada looks hot and seductive, she has scored well in the performance department as well. Comedians like Sunil, Ali, M S Narayana, Raghu Babu, Uttej etc did a good job and brought few laughs. Tanikella was standard, Brahmi could have been better, Venkat looked desperate, the others did their bit as required.
The film is more of a sentimental melodrama and despite the presence of huge number of comedians, there was not enough ammunition to give the audience a laugh riot. While the first half goes on a stale mode, it is not until the interval that the story takes a twist, the second half goes about peeling off the layers and the climax was absolutely old timed. There is not much for the mass audience and little for the family audience. Overall, this might fizzle out at the box office.
Bharatstudent Verdict : Dull, not that great