|Cast:||Manchu Vishnu, Pranitha|
|Directed by:|| Deva Katta|
|Produced by:||Manchu Vishnu|
Sivaji Krishna(Manchu Vishnu) is a daring young man who meets a modern girl named Anamika(Pranitha). Charmed by his attitude, Anamika invites Sivaji to her apartment. As soon as the couple starts getting cozy, a serious twist in the tale occurs and Anamika is suddenly kidnapped by some unidentified goons.A helpless Sivaji starts chasing them and approaches the cops for help. To his surprise, even the cops are part of a huge conspiracy surrounding the kidnapping. Who are these goons ? Why did they kidnap Anamika ? and how does Sivaji risks his life and saves Anamika forms the rest of the story.
The less said about the performances of the actors the better. Manchu Vishnu has tried his best to shoulder the maximum responsibility, but have succeeded partly due to the sluggishly developed characterization in Telugu. The tattoos and muscular looks were nice add-ons to his characterization. Pranitha Subhash looks good in her short dresses, but she adds nothing to the character.
Sometimes she is even over expressive and comes out too loud in certain sequences. Coming to JD Chakravarthy, he just dubbed his role for his character in Telugu as his major scenes were taken from Arima Nambi directly and pasted in the Telugu version. Keeping that aside J D Chakravarthy does an honest job in the film as noetic politician. Even Item Song is directly pasted from Tamil version. Over a half a dozen actors like Naagineedu, Praveen, Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao, Raja Ravindra, Yog Japee and Lekha Washington have done their job well.
The major pros of this genre is only room for the levelheaded and the farfetched. The rest might be too hard to fit in but the genre defies them. The Script with the film is plagued with balmy writing. It's an ordinary script that divulges almost nothing to the audiences. The big plan of bringing down a potential Prime Minister candidate is something the film at no point set out for the audiences. It's done too easily, too conveniently sans no novelty. There are no thrills, no conviction and intelligence in the script which endeavors to attain even second-rater.
The sudden romantic angle works as a distraction more than a part of the story. It seems often that when the plotline starts going bonkers, the writers fit in a song out of the blue or needless emotional moment. It is so gimmicky and halting for most part. I wasn't expecting a tangible romance or chemistry but romance works as a prop up in this film. It doesn't serve any other function. The usage of oldest trick to trap the villain is very disappointing in the end.