At a time when the entire film industry is buzzing with films with love, action and family subjects in their backdrop, CC Reddy brought out a film, which is altogether different from routine. Rajendraprasad, who did a wonderful role in Aa Naluguru, played yet another memorable character in his film career in this movie, Mee Sreyobhilashi. It is really a tailor-made character for him and the film stands a synonym that a director could do wonders with a perfect screenplay and excellent narration, even if the storyline is wafer thin and delicate. The movie stands example that circumstances and instances that come across in one's life would have their impact on one's life.
Professor Rajaji (Rajendraprasad) is a widower. He loves a girl and marries her. However, she dies immediately after giving birth to a child. Rajaji brings up the girl Swapna and they both behave like friends altogether. Suddenly, Swapna commits suicide as her lover ditched her. Rajaji then decides not to allow anybody to commit suicide just because they face some problems and want to teach them how to fight the circumstances. He gives an advertisement in the newspapers saying, “If anybody is facing problems and is in a mood to commit suicide should contact him." A total of 10 people approach him saying that they are disgusted with the problems and are planning to commit suicide.
He tells them that he is Ready to accept their interest to commit suicide and advises them not to commit suicide individually, instead die together. For this, he prepares a plan and tells them that they together go in a bus to Srisailam and jump into the valley along with the bus so that it appears like an accident and they could die peacefully. During their journey, the group faces several incidents, which make them realise the value of life and the moment they are about to die, they revoke their decision. Like this, Rajaji achieves what he plans in a perfect way.