Sahasam is an action adventure drama with a few masala ingredients to appeal mass audience. Gopichand's electrifying performance is the main attraction in the film. Yeleti's new story and arresting narration, Shyam Dutt's cinematography, Sri's background score, well-choreographed action sequences, gun fights and car chases, and excellent art works are some of other highlights. But the movie lacks glamour quotient, which may disappoint some section of audience.
Chandrasekhar Yeleti has chosen a novel theme and unique story, which has not been shown on Telugu screen earlier. Inspired by a cover story published in an English magazine, the film revolves around a security guard, who goes from India to Pakistan in search of his forefather's treasure. The director has included several twists and turns in the narration, which makes you sit on the edge of the seat and watch. The treasure hunt and the intricate clues are sure to thrill you.
Goutham (Gopichand) is a security guard whose ambition is to become very rich in short-cut way. So he tries his luck with lottery tickets and even consults babas for some short-cut routes, but nothing works. At this juncture, Goutham finds a will written by his grandfather Varma (Suman), a wealthy man running diamond business in Peshawar, before the partition.
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