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Since the film is still running in the theaters, I'm not gonna reveal the story (Of course, there is nothing so innovative about the story).
Lets get into analysis...
Performances - Raviteja is one of the very few Telugu actors who's got tremendous ease and impeccable timing in comedy. But mostly, his talent is wasted. He's confined only to a set of roles. But, in reality he can perform wide range of characters. Coming to this movie, he did full justice to his role(s). But, the roles do nothing significantly to his acting repertoire. It is the same old Raviteja, we've been seeing all these days. Heroines have nothing to do. Brhamandam did very well. He has been nicely utilized by the director. Saptagiri is slowly turning into a reliable comedian. All others are fine in their respective roles.
Music - Music by Thaman is nice, though there are some ample evidences of plagiarism in his work. He's composed what exactly is required for a masala entertainer. His Background score gels well with the film.
Other Departments - Art work, Cinematography, Production values and Editing are fine. The nicely compliment the film.
Story, Screenplay & Direction - Story is very predictable. Screenplay has some nice twists (Only a few). Direction is adequate. It doesn't require great directorial skills to handle this plot.
Final Piece - First of all, I've awarded 5 points for comedy, Brahmandam and Raviteja. It is not away from the truth, that this plot has been beaten to death by our directors for 'N' no. of times. We've been watching this kind of stories since the days of Sr.NTR. Still, directors rely on it, I don't understand why. This year, especially, has witnessed some brilliant works in Tollywood like "Manam", "Oohalu Gusagusalade", "Minugurulu" e.t.c. But still directors are not coming out that age old formula. I wonder, when our directors will come out of this frame. And Raviteja, you're an extremely talented guy. Please don't mis-utilize it. You may taste success today, bu remember it is not ever lasting. People tend remember only path breaking films.
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