What is bad:
This is one of the many movies where the screenplay and dialogues seem to have been hurriedly written in the sets itself. Within the first 40 minutes the director gives an impression that he has lost track of the film and confuses the viewer by giving away the hero and heroines flash back. Having given away the story, he tries to salvage it by introducing a senseless subplot of Naseer’s love interest played by Apoorva. He then messes it up totally by introducing the hero as the son of that love interest. At this point, you can hear derisive comments from the audiences asking what kind of a story is this where a daughter falls in love with her step-brother! It is that ridiculous. By the time the director clears this confusion, the movie has lost all meaning and interest for audiences. The songs, except for the title track are a complete waste of time. Madhavi Latha’s lack of height is a big drawback and the girl must lose weight if she wants to become a full fledged heroine.
Give it a miss. You certainly have better movies playing at a theatre near you right now.
Just when you thought that Tollywood has taken a turn for the better, Snehithudu reminds you that things actually have not changed much!! In fact , if anything they seem to have deteriorated.