Chiranjeevi, Bhoomika, Sameera Reddy,JP reddy, Venumadhav, Sunil, Brahmanandam, Rahul Dev, Arbaaz Khan and others
Music : Mani Sarma
Story & Dialogues : Trivikram Srinivas
Cinematography : Venugopal
Produced by : C.Aswini dutt
Screenplay & Direction : Vijayabhaskar
Release Date : 21st december 2005
He is in india for some business with JayaPrakash Reddy. Trying to test a new gun he shoots a girl who is incindentally Chiranjeevi’s niece(which is revealed later).
Chiranjeevi(Satyanarayana Murthy) is introduced as a rich landlord from Amalapauram.
Satyanarayana Murthy in a train, where he stops few goons from teasing a girl.
He is in hyderabad for few undisclosed reasons now.
He lives in his freind(venumadhav)’s apartment, where he has few teasing scenes with owner’s daughter Sailaja(Sameera).
First song Jai Ganesa is well choreographed in that apartment complex.
Later Sailaja invites chiru to a pub and tries to tease him, but chiru teaches her a lesson by 2nd song Hey Jaana, which is well chorographed and edited.
Flashback starts which reveals that Chiru is in hyderabad for avenging the death of his niece by Arbaaz Khan.
3rd song Maha muddochestunnave is shot on Chiru & Sameera which is well choreographed.
Chiranjeevi finds the network of goons and gets into a fight with them.
I N T E R V A L
Chiru further digs into the network and finds that Jayaprakash reddy is involved in this gun racket.
Pasupathi also kills the doctor who operated chiru’s niece, as he might disclose the truth.
The doctor was Neelima(Bhoomika)’s father.
Bhoomika, who is studying in USA arrives in india and meets chiru to realise that they have a common enemy and he is in USA.
4th song Ko ko kodi is shot on Chiru and Sameera, which has some gentle choreography and colorful sets.
Bhumika agrees act as Chiranjeevi’s wife so that he can come abroad with her to catch Arbaaz.
5th song Thumsup Thunder is picturised on married couple and Chiru’s steps are the highlight of this song.
Climax is entirely shot in USA, where 6th song Thillana is shot well.
The movie ends with how chiru catches Arbaaz and takes his revenge.
Comedy scenes involving Brahmanandam, Sunil evoke maximum response from the viewers.
Vijayabhaskar’s direction has nothing noteworthy and so are Trivikram’s dialogues.
They both fail to live upto the expectations.
One can’t understand the logic behind picking such stories, where the hero’s character is inconsistent, romancing with hroines while he is on a mission of catching the culprit.
Cinematography by Venugopal is dissappointing but Background score by Mani Sarma can be rated as best.
Well picturised songs, good fast paces choreography, Chiranjeevi’s graceful acting only are worth watching in this movie