The story of the film is old fashioned one and most of the sequences are not only predictable but have seen in major no. of Tollywood films earlier (Like, Yagnam, Vijetha, Padanandi Premalo Mari, Parugu, Sambaram etc). The films like this could have been better if some fresh elements were incorporated in its presentation. But what you see on screen is a series of poorly scripted scenes and cringe worthy emotional episodes.
Screenplay handled by Ram Prasad lacks the much energy and strength to take you along on a memorable ride. What it manages eventually is to take on a rather uncomfortable trip that lacks any purpose. Ram Prasad tests the patience of the viewer with his flop show. There is no credible storyline and the director seems to have added commercial scenes, forced songs, fights and melodrama just to add to the films' length. The jokes fail to evoke a laugh, the dialogues make you cringe (Nippu beetilo pedithe aaripothundi, taala meeda pedithe Kaalipothi… Aasha aakasham lo manishi nela pai nadavali), the pathetic acting adds to its woes.
If you have the patience to wait till the end redits, all you would question would be on how the makers convinced the producer to invest in this silly film.Coming to other technicalities, Music by composer Anup Rubens invokes a sense of déjà vu of his earlier works. Even background score is not upto the mark. Rasool Ellore's photography is nothing spectacular though the songs are well choreographed and shot. Editing Prawin Pudi should have used his scissors well in the second half. Fights in the film are very routine. The production values of “Saraswathi Films" are grand..