Rajendra Prasad is a seasoned actor and when he signs a film, the hype around the film automatically generates. This time for his Ayyare, he has attracted a large number of audience because of his god man avatar which resembles Swami Nithyananda. Let us see if the film has lived up to the audience's expectations.
The story surprisingly does not begin on Rajendra Prasad but begins on Sivaji, who is an intermediate failed student. He runs a car garage with his friend Srinivas Reddy and others. Like all youngsters of his age, he too dreams of falling in love with a beautiful girl and marry her. Luckily, he comes across such a girl – Anisha Singh. She is the only daughter of a rich contractor Sivaprasad. Sivaji somehow manages to make Anisha fall in love with him. Anisha"s father strangely agrees to the marriage but changes his decision within 24 hours. Why he agreed to the love marriage in the first place and the reason for his change in decision will be answered in the second half.
Rajendra Prasad is a poor security guard at an ATM. His only daughter is suffering from cancer and he needs 10 lakhs for her treatment. He is determined to raise the amount for her treatment. Luckily for him, he manages to transforms himself successfully into a god man. Devotees flock to him and offer him cash and gold. He is a good man and he just wants to make 10 lakhs for the treatment. He does not want to continue his drama of god man. However, he is forced to continue the drama much against his wishes by police officer Sai Kumar.
Why does Sai Kumar want Rajendra Prasad to continue as god man? What happens to the love affair of Sivaji and Anisha? Answers for these can be found in the remaining part of the story.
Rajendra Prasad is apt for the role of god man. He does full justice to the role. Sai Kumar as a wicked police officer is effective. Sivaji does a good job. Newcomer Anisha Singh is just average – both in looks as well as performance. Ali and Srinivas Reddy do their routine comedy. Sivaprasad is too loud and fails to impress. The rest are okay.
Rajendra Prasad, Sai Kumar, Sivaji
Neat film, with no vulgarity or cheap comedy, fights, etc.
Decent and believable ending
Poor screenplay and direction
Below average music
Very weak first half
The film could have been much better if the director had worked hard on the story and screenplay. The director also falters in running the film in an effective manner. His inexperience is clearly visible for most part of the film. It is only Rajendra Prasad, who manages to save the film from completely sinking.