What is bad:
The script of the film belongs to 1980s. While the idea to show that large families are for good is appreciable, Bhupathi Raja uses lots of lame situations to showcase the advantage of a joint family. The brothers’ characters are shown as toothless, extremely sentimental and their complete dependence on their elder brothers is shown as their strength! The hero takes up a challenge against a so called villain, but it is completely forgotten in the scheme of things. It ends up showing the hero as a complete failure, because he is caught up in some drama with his wife.
This film will stand out as Kamalinee Mukherjee’s weakest portrayal of a woman, who can be moulded, used, manipulated by anybody ( by a husband or a sister or a neighbour) easily. The script uses tradition as a longer stick than a stick made of urban values, but forgetting the basic point – which one should be used when! It shows as if a woman can be urban, but never forget her duties – taking care of family inspite of whatever situation she is in. The threads against urban women are so irresponsibly woven that this film will end up causing a touch of hatred for them. For any not-so- highly-learned person, the philosophy that this film gives can be considered as pure blasphemy! And how many times will we see the usual pregnant woman-fight scene climax in a Telugu film?