The prestigious 150th film of a legendary director like Dasari Narayana Rao, who brought out extremely quality films in his career, has failed to attract the audiences in general and it has completely disappointed Balakrishna fans. The outdated narration of the story, poor taste in the recording and visualisation of songs and nagging screenplay has spoiled Parama Veera Chakra.
Story: Major Jayasimha (Balakrishna) is a great patriot and he is proud of his profession. With the help of a covert, he catches a terrorist Afzhal Ghani and puts him behind bars. A crooked politician gets himself kidnapped and the terrorists demand the release of Ghani from custody.
Again Major enters the scene and brings back the politician along with a girl called Razia from the terrorists’ base camp. Though, he believes that Razia is the daughter of the politician, she is a member of the terrorists gang. She robs information about Ghani’s movement from Jayasimha’s personal computer and takes him away from the army custody, while he is being shifted from one jail to another.