Of all the senior heroes of the present generation, Jagapathi Babu has maintained a little variation. Instead of looking for mass audiences, he always looks for family audiences.
Most of his films will have a particular set of audiences and he maintains his career by catering to the needs of this section of audience. May be it a Subha Lagnam or Swagatam or Subhakankshalu, he continued to maintain his fan following among the women and family circles.
Once again, he has come up with a complete sentimental drama called ‘Maa Nanna Chiranjeevi’ on how a father cares his son. Director Arun Prasad has penned a perfect and gripping story and screenplay to make the audience sit tight to their seats all through the film.
Chiranjeevulu (Jagapathi Babu) is a big landlord in a village. He gets married to Neelima (Neelima), who pursues higher education and have many ultra-modern thoughts. She insists him to do business with shares by selling his fertile lands and as the sensex drops, they lose all their money.