Srimannarayana (Balakrishna) is a powerful journalist working in
a news channel TV6. His colleague (Parvati Melton) loses her heart
to him, but he is in love with his sister-in-law Bhanu (Isha
Chawla). His father Narayana Murthy (Vijaykumar) forms Jai Kisan
Trust and collects donations from farmers. But minister Bail Reddy
(Jayaprakash Reddy), bank manager Rajan Modaliyar (Kota Srinivasa
Rao), Dr Srikar Prasad (Bapineedu), IG Marthand Rao (Rao Ramesh)
plan to swindle the money and consult local don Puli Kesav
(Supreet) for the same. They kill Narayana and implicate his son in
the murder case and send him to jail. How he proves himself to be
innocent and takes revenge upon them will form the crux of the
Performance: Balakrishna appears younger than
his age on the screen and he really looks handsome in the film.
Choreographers have given very stylish moves to Balakrishna, who
has showed lot of ease in dances. His action sequences have been
shot well. There are several punch dialogues and some seem to aim
at scams of Congress leaders. Both Isha Chawla and Parvati Melton
have filled the glamour slot and there is not much scope for them
to perform. Suresh has done well as a powerful villain and other
artistes have done justice to their roles. Dharmavarapu, Duvvasi
Mohan, MS Narayana, Krishna Bhagawan tried their best to bring
laughs in the film.
Technical: Chakri has given mass tunes to all
the songs, which are sure to rock front-benchers. Choreography
suits the taste of Balayya fans. The background score is good to
listen. The punch dialogues, exclusively meant for Balayya, are
good and powerful. Though some of the comedy dialogues have double
meaning, there is less vulgarity when you listen. Surender Reddy's
camera is nice to watch as all the visuals are very cool and give a
nice feeling. Gauthamraju's editing is adequate.
Ravi Chavali has penned a story keeping Balakrishna's image in
view, but he has cut short many of his mannerisms. The director has
a tight grip on the narration, which helps him to impress all
classes of audiences. All the emotional scenes have been managed
with extreme care.
Remarks: The film has no Balayya's frills.
Though the film has punch dialogues, they are usual in a
journalistic career. Watch the film without any expectations and
the film would definitely give good entertainment.
Cast: Balakrishna, Isha Chawla, Parvati Melton,
Vijaykumar, Suresh, Vinodkumar, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Jayaprakash
Reddy, Bapineedu, Rao Ramesh, Nagineedu, Supreet, Dharmavarapu
Subrahmanyam, Krishna Bhagawan, Ahuti Prasad, Dharmavarapu
Subrahmanyam, MS Narayana, Raja Ravinder, Duvvasi Mohan, MS
Narayana, Sudha, Satyakrishnan and others.
Dialogues: Poluri Ghatikachalam; Music -
Chakri; Camera - T Surender Reddy; Editing - Gauthamraju; Art -
Nagender; Presents - RR Movie Makers: Producer - Ramesh Puppala;
Story, Screenplay and Direction - Ravikumar Chavali.
Banner: Yellow Flowers
Released on: August 30, 2012