Hero of the movie Seetharamaraju (Mahesh Babu) is the grandson of a middle-class school teacher and is a Taxi driver by profession. In some unavoidable circumstances Seeetharamaraju has to go to Rajasthan. There he meets the heroine Subhashini (Anushka). Then onwards tr.....
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Hero of the movie Seetharamaraju (Mahesh Babu) is the grandson of a middle-class school teacher and is a Taxi driver by profession. In some unavoidable circumstances Seeetharamaraju has to go to Rajasthan. There he meets the heroine Subhashini (Anushka). Then onwards troubles start for Seetharamaraju. Subhashini's would be father-in-law G.K.'s (Prakashraj) men attack Seetharamaraju and stab him. Mahesh providentially escapes from death but falls unconscious. On waking up Mahesh Babu finds himself in a village and comes to know that those villagers have saved his life. People of that village have a problem and seek his help in solving it. Whether Mahesh Babu solved their problem or just shirked off.... forms the remaining story.
Direction: Capabilities of the flick's director Thrivikram Srinivas as a writer and director are well known and he has once again proved them in this movie. His previous movie "Athadu" with Mahesh has been a blockbuster and has aided in building up high expectations on this movie. Direction is exceptionally good. It can be said that no other director in Tollywood can be matched with him in present days. While watching this movie, one can easily make out how being himself a dialogues' writer has aided him. Movie's first half is filled with hilarious comedy. The director has successfully continued the same comic tempo along with story in the second half also. Though a faint flavor of Devanand starred old time Bollywood classic "Guide" is felt here and there, but the director has well maintained in keeping the flick out of its shadow. Acting: Mahesh looks extraordinary on screen,... fresh and handsome. His performance in this movie has acquired new dimensions. Previously Mahesh looked just 'new' in "Pokiri", whereas in this movie, he is an outright hit as a 'mass' character. In a word it can be said that Mahesh has entirely carried the flick on his shoulders. Coming to Anushka, she has done complete justice to her 'Bangaram' role. She lookes a bit older than Mahesh Babu, but it isn't her fault, Mahesh's glamor is as such. Prakashraj as the villain, Ravu Ramesh Rao as devotee of Lord Shiva in Rajasthan, Sunil as Gemini reporter, Bramhanandam as 'Miriam' impress, while MS Narayana, Ali, Dharmavarapu Subrahmanyam, Tanikella Bharani, Kota Srinivasa Rao and others too have done justice to their respective roles.
TeluguOne Perspective :
Music: Generally music director Mani Sharma gives 'something special' for Mahesh Babu's movies. That something special is clearly visible and audible in this movie. Re-recording is excellent.Cinematography: Exceptionally good.Editing: Quite impressive.Dialogues: Though few, but meaningful and are capable of generating repeat audience.Lyrics: The 'guru-sishya' pair of Sirivennela Seetharama sastry and Ramajogayya Sastry has done an excellent job together. Lyric wise all songs are good.Art: Good.Choreography: Raju Sundaram, Ahmed Khan and Prem Rakshith's choreography is good and different from the routine.Action: Very nice. Peter Heins and Ram-Laxman have vied with one another in composing fights."The movie can be watched boldly, happily with laughter along with entire family."