Story: A romantic tale, Satya (sairam) reveals his story to a group of passengers in a train. This is about his love for Sathya (esther) the girl he falls in love with at first sight. Though Sathya is engaged to another boy (sameer reddy) the hero still tries for her. As part of that, he cooks up a few lies and finally Satya falls for him. Both get married but the twist occurs when Sathya discovers the lies of Satya and she takes a divorce from him. How things take shape after that forms the rest of the story.
Presentation: The director has come up with a romantic storyline and while the presentation was impressive, the narrative was good in parts. The dialogues were well written. The script was promising and the screenplay could have been good in few places. The background score was melodious and three songs were worth watching. Cinematography was the main strength to this film. Editing was neat. Costumes were trendy and worked for the situation while the art department was apt. Sairam Shankar’s character was more in tune with the story than projecting himself so he gelled well into it. Esther is a smoking hot bombshell with very native sex appeal, she is tempting. Nagababu was a revelation, he was simply superb. Hema was noisy, Naresh was hardly there. Babu Mohan and Kondavalasa were alright. Nalla Venu and Suman were apt. Others did their bit as required.
Conclusion: The director has once again chosen the romantic genre but this time the focus is more on how all are imperfect but one has to accept it to love each other. The first half goes on a lighter mode with elements of comedy, romance and songs. The second half gets a little emotional but it maintains its share of entertainment. Overall, this is a film which could have created more impact if there was depth in the subject and a better quality in the humour department. At the box office, the film can reach profit zone conveniently.
Bharatstudent verdict: Passable entertainer, can be watched once