At this juncture, he gets a call from Madhu and Venkat finds that his friend Raja is with Madhu and mistakes them to be in love. To spoil the alliance, Venkat plays another trick by bringing a girl to the engagement function and makes her talk to Raja. The alliance breaks and surprisingly, Venkat finds that it was not Madhu but her sister Bindu, who was in love with Raja. This incident makes Madhu hate the word love. Venkat was in a dilemma as to how to express his love for her. Finally, Madhu too loses her heart for Venkat and proposes him. However, Venkat still feels guilty for spoiling the alliance of Raja and Bindu.
Accidentally, Madhu, Bindu and their father (Giribabu) come to know that it was Venkat who had spoiled Bindu's relationship and hate him. Venkat admits his mistake. But by the time whenVenkat's sister-in-law is to make arrangements for the marriage of Bindu and Raja, Bindu's family run into trouble from a goonda, who encroaches their land where they were running an old age home. He thrashes Madhu when she tries to question him. Learning this, Venkat goes to that goonda and thrashes him severely. Venkat also meet the MLA (Kota Srinivasa Rao) who had encouraged the goonda to occupy the land and teaches him a lesson too. Following this, the MLA returns the land and apologizes to Madhu's father. Finally Madhu to forgiveforgives Venkat and the film ends on a happy note.
PLUS: The major plus point in the film is the tunes by Manisharma. After a long time, Manisharma has given different tunes to all the songs and all of them are quite youthful. Another highlight of the film is the screenplay on which the movement of the film depends and the crisp editing by the director's elder brother Marthand K Venkatesh. The storyline is wafer thin. The entire movement of the film is depends on the screenplay. Varun Sandesh who has played the hero has shown prowess in the dances and the choreography of songs is really superb. Varun has showedn good ease in dances and is very flexible. Moreover, the editing techniques has helped the choreographer and the director to present them in a novel way on the screen. Vimala Raman, has maintained a good family image in most part of the film, but looks glamorous in some songs and romantic too in one song. Camera work by Venugopalan is appealing in the songs.
MINUS: The combination of the hero and heroine appears a little odd and the heroine appears elder to the hero in most of the scenes. The running of the film, may not attract the audiences, as it purely dependeds on screenplay, with the hero playing gimmicks and there is nothing to impress the audiences. Most of the film appears to be something casually happening and at times very cinematic. Comedy by Ali and Venumadhav has failed to tickle the funny bone of audiences. The director has failed to establish the reasons how the hero has rectified his mistake especially in uniting the couple whose alliance was spoiled by him. It is also not known why the hero plays silly tricks to earn money when his brother is a well-settled man.
REMARKS: Though the film has no story and substance, the director has been able to narrate it for more than two hours just because of his ability in penning a perfect screenplay. Moreover, he has got good support from his brother and editor Marthand K Venkatesh and the choreographers who have made the songs very impressive. Varun Sandesh should improve his body language a lot to withstand the competition. However, the narration of the film is good to watch for young audiences, mostly students and this would be enough to make the film stand at an above average mark.
Cast: Varun Sandesh, Vimala Raman, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Giribabu, Ali, Venumadhav, Vizag Prasad, Sampath, Chandrasekhar, Bharat Reddy, Anu Hasan, Pranav, Utpreksha, Surekha Vani, Ramaprabha, Radhakumari, Telangana Sakuntala, Kovai Sarala, Sandhya Janak, Rashmi Gautham, and others are in the cast.
Credits: Dialogues - Rajasimha, Lyrics - Veturi, Vennelakanti, Rehman and Krishna Chaitanya, Music - Manisharma, Camera - Venugopalan, Editing - Marthand K Venkatesh, Producers - M Saravanan, MS Guhan, Aruna Guhan, Aparna Guhan, Story, screenplay and direction - Marthand K Shankar.
Banner: AVM Productions
Released on: June 26, 2009