What is bad:
The movie at times becomes predictable given its “Pokiri” hangover of a hero going undercover in the villain’s gang to work against them. Some of the scenes where Ravi Teja bashes up 10-15 guys singlehandedly seem to be over-the-top and violent. Nayantara is relegated to the background except when the songs appear. She and Kota Srinivas Rao have very poorly sketched characters as they appear and disappear at the director’s will without any meaningful contribution to the storyline. The music is catchy but the song picturisation is average with the item number by Kim Sharma forgettable.
This is a movie for all Ravi Teja fans and can be watched if you are looking for a timepass movie that keeps you entertained. The director dedicates the movie to his Guru – Puri Jagannath and Puri Jaganath’s influence is strongly seen in the “Pokiri” style storyline. One of the fight sequences set in Golconda fort reminds you of a similar sequence in “Pokiri”.
Prakash Raj makes a short and powerful guest appearance playing Jaiprakash who is an ex-IAS officer wanting to change the society. He models this character on the real-life person of Dr Jaiprakash of the Lok Satta party!