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Rishi (Gautam) is an engineering student who fells for his co student Sandhya (Shambavi) for which the latter reciprocates. Sandhya’s father approves their love and the couple comes to Vizag to get the blessings of Rishi’s mother. In Vizag, Rishi gets attacked by some goons. He comes to know that they are sent by Bhupathi (Ashish Vidhyardhi). Gautam accidentally kills brother of Bhupati in an incident and now he avenges his brother’s death. Rishi tries to convince Bhupati to leave him alone as he killed his brother unknowingly. But Bhupati doesn’t convince and gives him a chance by telling him to hide in some place for one month. He says that if he doesn’t find him in this one month he will kill him. Gautam disagrees to it and tells Bhupati that he will be available for him for one week and challenges to kill him in that week. If he misses Bhupati has to leave Gautam alone as per the agreement. Rest of the story is how Gautam survives from Bhupati’s men in that week.

Director Mahi comes up with a story which needs a mass hero like Prabhas or Gopichand to pull it off. Sadly, Gautam is neither of them. Unfortunately, Mahi’s screenplay didn’t help Gautam either. Although the single point story does sounds interesting, the lackluster screenplay of Mahi spoiled the show. The film kept on dragging and hence putting a big test for the audience. Comedy is pale and songs are bad adding to the woes. Gautam should’ve opted for a story that has novel elements rather going for a commercial line.

After six years Gautam still remains the same and he doesn’t know the alphabets of acting. He has excelled in dances and fights though. But only those won’t help him to stay in the race. His comedy timing is pathetic and he is nowhere near his legendary father in this department. Sambhavi is another pretty face. She can’t act at any level. Brahmanandam’s comedy is a downer. Ashish Vidhyardhi’s role is clichéd.

Mahesh Shankar’s music is painful. All the songs only helped the stressed audience to run out for some fresh air. Background score is not up to the mark. Satish Mutyala cinematography is Okay. Ram Lakshman fights are good. Marthand K. Venkatesh’s editing is not up to his standards.