Story: A typical masala tale, the story is set on the backdrop of a village and it is about two brothers Sivaramakrishna (sunil) and Karthik (Chaitu). While Siva is more soft spoken, Karthik is bold and daring. The demise of their father who is a cop lands the job in Siva’s lap who takes it reluctantly. But Karthik assures him support and in no time, Siva becomes famous. On the other hand, he marries Nandini (andrea) and her sister Pallavi (Tammu) starts liking Karthik. Trouble comes in the form of Bagga (ashutosh rana) who decides to put a check to Siva. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
Presentation: The director has come up with a regular storyline and while the presentation was good, the narrative was the highlight. The dialogues were good at places, the script was written with moderate appeal and screenplay was quick. Background score was good and three songs were impressive. Cinematography was the best. Editing was upto the mark. Costumes were natural while the art department was appealing. Sunil fits into the role easily and does his bit well. Naga Chaitanya was energetic and keeps the momentum on. Andrea was sensuous while Tamannah gave good visual feast to the male audience. Ashutosh Rana was menacing enough. Brahmanandam was okay, Vennela Kishore was alright, Raghu Babu was good, Muralikrishna was neat. The others didn’t have much scope.
Conclusion: The film happens to be a remake of the Tamil hit ‘Vettai’. Right from the word go, the film happens to be a typical mass masala entertainer which follows a formula. So, it is natural that cinematic liberties would be taken. While the first half goes on a lighter mode with the regular elements of action, romance and songs, the second half gets a bit serious and has that slight dose of melodrama. Overall, this is a film which is meant for the commercial audience so it will work well with the B, C centre audience. At the box office, this would be an average grosser.
Bharatstudent verdict: Mass masala potboiler, can be watched for timepass