Banner: United Films
Producers: D.Srikanth, James Watt
Director: Harinath Babu
Music: Suresh Bobbili
Cast: Sudhakar Koamula, Nitya Shetty,Nirosha,Ravi Varma, Divya Reddy,Gemini Suresh,Duvvasi Mohan,Fish Venkat,Padmaja Varun Sandesh and others
SaroorNagar Suri (Sudhakar Komakula) who loses his father in his childhood is raised by his mother (Nirosha). Suri without concentrating on completing B.Tech, passes time enjoying life as a roadside romeo along with his friends.
During that time he falls in love with a beautiful Ramya (Nitya Shetty)and stars enjoying his love life. However there will be many more twists and turns in his life.
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Sudhakar Komakula who impressed all with his performance in Sekhar Kammula's Life is Beautiful, for the first time played the lead role in the film. He attracted with his Telangana slang. He worked hard but still needs lot of improvement in his expressions and impressions.
Nitya Shetty attracted with her looks. She got limited role to perform. Varun Sandesh performed well in a cameo.
Nirosha is apt as hero's mother while Ravi Varma slipped into his role effortlessly. Others performed according to their roles.
Suresh Bobbili's music and songs acted as speed breakers. None of the songs are attractive. He failed to make an impact with his background score too. Prakash velayudhan and Venkat C Dileep's cinematography is good. It beautified the film and attracted viewers.
Editing of SB.Uddhav left a lot to be desired. There are many drags in the film which tested the patience of the movie lovers.
Director Harinath Babu should have worked on the story and script before proceeding ahead with the shoot. Production values are good.
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Director Harinath Babu tried to highlight the struggle of a common man when he flies to USA. Though he started off on an interesting note, he loses steam within minutes and from then on he gave immense torture with his illogical narration, listless scenes, story, screenplay and direction.
He tested the patience of the viewers beating around the bush rather than sticking to the point. Everything fell apart and within minutes people escaped through the exit doors. Those who remained faced the torture in form of interval bang and climax scenes.
None of the characters interest movie lovers and director tried to attract viewers with forced emotions and expressions testing the patience. Silly scenes and artificial dialogues give immense torture to everyone. Masses too will find it difficult to digest the film.