The story of the film is wafer thin. The story wanders around without a distinct direction, after the initial laughs while introducing the lead characters, At best, it turns out to be a romantic socio drama scripted by a layabout, who analysis of the honor killings is based on assumptions without getting out of his comforts. The screenplay is in fact an over dose of commercial aspects.
The director fastidiously adds too many fights, comedy sequences and preachy lines that could irritate the viewer no less. The narrative falls flat after a while and you end up cringing in the seat waiting for this ever dragging script to come to a point. With an ordinary script (Looks like Aarya 2 meets Pelli Sandadi/Deggaraga Dooramga meets Pranam meets Mukunda with a pinch of surprise) and a rather conventional narration, director by Vi Anand (protégé of A R Murugadoss) seems to be aiming for nothing big. There are lot of frames remind us of A R Murugadoss's direction. The entire first half is painfully long building up to a more serious incident.
The jokes are funny in parts at best. Some of the characters appear at habitué intervals and disappear quite handily. Like for instance, Kaasi Vishwanath, who adopts the son and never appears on screen after that. The second half lacks pace and director simply concludes the serious honor killings issue with some instructive lines and forced realization sequences.Chota K Naidu visuals are top notch. Music by Thaman SS is mediocre except for Samayya and a couple of inspired themes.
Editor Chota K Prasad made excessive use of optical work. Instead he should have worked a bit more on trimming the second half. Fights in the film are adequate. Dialogues in the film works in parts; especially lines like “Eppati Daaka Kullam Kosam Champi Chusav, Eppudu Manishi La Brathiki Chudu", “Entha Mandi Unna Naakenti Raa… Na friend ki Nenu Okkadine Unna", “"Neekosam ayithe valatho enti, Avasaram Ayithe Neetho Kuda Godava Padava" are good. Production Values of “NVR Cinema" are appropriate.