Sasikumar (Jagapati Babu) is a practical man. He has an opinion that love is only a concept which different people define in different ways.
Sailaja (Priyamani) falls in love with him, but he leaves for London and becomes a professor in Harvard University in zoology. Later, he returns to India. When his parents and his friends look several alliances for him, he decides that Sailaja is the best.
On learning that Sailaja has become the principal of a women’s college, he joins the college as a lecturer. What happens next will form the rest of the story.
The first half of the film up to the film runs with college in its backdrop, the film moves on very smoothly. The director runs the story with good movement and has a perfect grip on the subject. However, from the moment the hero and heroine leave for South Africa, the entire abroad episode is a big headache.
The episodes involving Hamsanandini and Anita Nath are good to watch. The characterisation of the hero is excellent all through the film. Jagapati Babu is suited at his best in sentiment scenes and in the scenes where he convinces the girls that the real love did not lie in physical attraction but it is a real feel, is very good.