Director Raghavendra Rao is known for highlighting the heroines in a most romantic and sexiest way. He has given Tapsee a fantastic opportunity, as most of the heroines crave to work with him, because a film in his direction would be a turning point in actresses career. Many heroines got a break with his films. This belief was once again proved correct as the heroine bagged three offers opposite heroes like Prabhas, Ravi Teja and Vishnu even before the release of her film. Let us see how he mesmerised the audiences with his directorial ability. Moreover, Keeravani music for the movie Jhummandi Naadam has become a chartbuster.
Balu (Manoj) aspires to become a big singer and he reachs Hyderabad from Bhadrachalam. His parents (Tanikella Bharani and Sudha) keep high hopes on him. Sravya (Tapsee) is the daughter of a millionaire in the US and she reaches India to do a research on the traditional Telugu music, which includes the folk songs and rural songs. She stays with Captain Rao, a friend of her father (Suman). Sravya and Balu become good friends during her preparation of a documentary and soon love blossoms between them.
However, Captain Rao, who is against love, decides to separate them, When he got an opportunity to take part in the contest, Rao turns a hurdle in Balu’s career. Rao gives an option to choose between love and music and Balu chooses music as he lives and ready to die for music. So, Balu refuses Sravya, when she proposes him. However, he doesn’t want to lose Sravya as well and wanted to make it a reality through Rao himself. Did Balu succeeds in completing his challenge to become a big singer and return to the village? What happened to Balu’s love? How Balu convinces Rao to accept his love? What was the reaction of Sravya’s father on their love? Answers to all these questions have to be watched on the silver screen.