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Director:V V Vinayak
Music:S S Thaman
Casting:Sai Dharam Tej, Lavanya Tripathi, Nassar, Rahul Dev, Ashish Vidyarthi, Dev Gill, Vineeth Kumar, Kashi Vishwanath, Brahmanandam, Jai Prakash Reddy, Prudhvi Raj, Vidyullekha Raman, Kadambari Kiran, Tagubothu Ramesh, Bhadram, Nalla Venu, Sandhya Janak, Fish Venkat, Sree Harsha and others
Teja (Sai Dharam Tej), inspired by the philanthropic activities of Vision Soft MD (Nassar) who sponsored his education, joins his company as a Software Engineer. He works to realize the mission of Vison Soft by developing various apps for the benefit of the poor without getting lured by the lucrative offers of the rivals.
Teja even gets attracted to Sandhya (Lavanya Tripathi),daughter of Vision Soft MD in the turn of events. In the midst of all this, Vision Soft gets threatening calls from underworld don Vicky Bhai (Rahul Dev) and much to the shock of all Vision Soft MD commits suicide transferring his company to Vicky Bhai.
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Sai Dharam Tej slipped into the role effortlessly. He tried to impress all with his action, comedy, emotion and sentiment with his expressions and dialogues. He attracted with his dances and performed them with ease. Though he succeeded to some extent he should improve his dialogue delivery, diction and body language for better impact.
Lavanya Tripathi did not get much scope to perform but she oozed with glamour scorching red hot in the songs. Comedy of Brahmanandam, Jai Prakash Reddy, Prudhvi Raj, Vidyullekha Raman Posani, Saptagiri, Fish Venkat and others worked only to a limited extent. Most of the comedy scenes are routine with no freshness.
Rahul Dev, Dev Gill passed through the motions as villains turning out to be loud rather than evoking fear. Others like Ashish Vidyarthi, Shayaji Shinde performed according to their roles.
Thaman came with routine tunes for the songs. None of the songs register in the minds of the viewers. However the remix of Chiranjeevi,Vijayashanti’s Chammak Chammak Chaam… from Kondaveeti Donga is good and the song was shot in an attractive manner.
Sai Dharam Tej and Lavanya danced to the song in a modern way. His background score failed to elevate the scenes and most of the time it turned out to be loud testing the ears of the viewers.
Vishweswar’s cinematography is average. Stunts choreography is done in a over the top manner defying gravity evoking laughter from the viewers. Gautam Raju’s editing left a lot to be desired. There are many drags in the film which tested the patience of the viewers. Production values are OK.
Sai Dharam Tej
Lavanya’s glamour treat
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Routine, Predictable narration
When V V Vinayak teamed with Sai Dharam Tej, expectations increased as Vinayak made Mega Star Chiranjeevi make a stylish comeback with Khaidi No 150 making him say Boss Is Back. People thought that he will pull Sai Dharam Tej from the string of flops.
But much to the shock of all, he directed the routine story provided by Akula Shiva. He went on to test the patience of the viewers with his insipid script, screenplay and direction. Right from the start to finish, the story lacked the required thrill factor, entertainment elements to irritate viewers.
Many laughed at the way V V Vinayak and Akul Shiva have taken the viewers intelligence for granted and taking them for a ride with a routine story. Dialogues lacked the power and punch and the story lacked the soul with is paramount to success.