What is Good:
Jr.NTR is terrific as an actor. There are so many close up shots, where Jr.NTR wears a half smile and manages to impress one and all. There is nothing new to be said about his exceptional dancing skills.
While Prakash Raj, Srihari, Kajal Agarwal give decent performances, it is Samantha who slightly manages to steal the show from the other heroine. It is rare for a three film old actor to don two completely different roles and come out with acceptable performances.
Venu Madhav pairs up yet again with Jr.NTR to give out some laugh out loud scenes of the film. And then there is Brahmanandam. He got as many whistles for his entry as Jr.NTR received upon his entry! The comedy is all the more enjoyable because it is intertwined with the story, and keeps the story moving to the climax.
Kota Srinivasa Rao reminds us of his act in ‘Intlo Illalu Vantitlo Priyuraalu’. However, it is Thanikella Bharani who takes the cake from all other character artists inspite of having a very small role.
The first half of the movie has some emotional movements, which will be appreciated by all family audiences. There is an ease with which the comedy and emotional scenes merge into each other. All said and done, it all boils down to Jr.NTR who carries the film on his shoulders, and if not for him and his acting the movie could have gone completely wrong.