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Action-Drama

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Story
Chandu (Gopichand) is the son of Shivaiah (Satya Raj) and lives with his uncle (Chandra Mohan) in Australia. Chandu does not know that his father is alive and the secret is maintained by his uncle. Maha Lakshmi (Trisha) is the daughter of Pasupathi (Kota Srinivas Rao) studying in Australia who stays with her Baabai (Dharmavarapu Subramanyam) who runs a restaurant there. Chandu falls in love with Maha Lakshmi. Just after Maha Lakshmi realizes that she is in love with Chandu, her aunt (Shakuntala) comes to Australia to take Maha Lakshmi to Kadapa and get married her to her son. Chandu comes to Kadapa for Maha Lakshmi. How Shivaiah and Pasupati are related and how Chandu meets his father, Shiviah and wins his love is rest of the story.

Artists performance
Gopichand- Gopichand looked handsome and macho in the movie. He acted well in both comedy and action sequences. His action in emotional scenes was good and could have been well handled by the director.
Trisha- Trisha was good as Maha Lakshmi. She had a scope to perform which did with ease. In the first half she was ok in western wear and much to the delight of her fans she looked great in langa vonis and sarees in the second half. Ali and Srinivas Reddy stole the show in the first half with their comedy track. Kota Srinivas Rao was perfect as Pasupati. Satya Raj looked good as Shivaiah but his performance does not get any applause from the audience. Venumadhav, Krishna Bhagavan provided entertainment in the second half. Shakuntala, Chandramohan were apt for their roles.

Finalsay
Another formula based action comedy entertainer. Can watch it for the comedy element. Of-course Trisha and Gopichand fans can watch it immediately. Otherwise routine movie with nothing novel.