Krishna (Kiran Abbavaram) loses his mother in his childhood. The whole house is also boring. Not as noisy as before. Their father (Goparaju Ramana) tells Krishna that it would be the same if there were no women in the house. When will you marry him, Nanna? Krishna asks. Growing up, he says he will get married when he settles down in life. No longer grows up with the same goal from childhood. Krishna’s goal is to get married. Staying away from love .. After marriage, love grows like that. How did Shanvi (Chandni Chaudhary) get acquainted with such Krishna? How can the journey continue with Shanvi who does not have any of the qualities he actually wanted? Will Krishna finally fall in love when he says he will not love before marriage? What kind of turn does it take in the end? Shanvi, How does the journey of Krishna end? Is the story.
Kiran Abbavaram played the role of Krishna very well. His character seems to be a replica of this generation of guys. Kiran Abbavaram plays the role of a girl who wants to be restrained and wants to be what she wants to be. But that seems to be the case in some of the scenes set for mass appeal. It feels like acting with the same kind of expressions elsewhere. Chandni Chowdhury is a special attraction. She acted nicely as a modern culture girl. Chandni looked beautiful. Seanley seems to be too much of a drug addict. But Chandini showed another dimension in herself. The rest of the characters are not so well remembered as the whole movie revolves around these two. Goparaju Ramana, Shiva Narayana, Saptagiri, Annapoornamma all acted to the best of their ability.
Director Gopinath Reddy tried to give a good message in the story by agreeing. But even the story written for that message didn’t seem to matter. But the story made a difference. How long does it feel like the movie has been roaming around there. It feels like a test of the viewer’s patience. When will the movie be released? Stays in the idea that. As the director himself is the writer .. some scenes in the film are very impressive with the dialogues.
How can we live the life of others .. How can we live as we like .. Will there be a life of its own? The essence of the film is also in the dialogue that Goparaju Ramana says. He gives a message at the end that we should accept those who come into our life as they are. Overall some of the dialogues are impressive. However, it seems that Gopinath Reddy has chosen this love story to be a youthful entertainer to give this message.
But he is unable to properly connect the audience with that love story. Is that real love? Isn’t it Krishna is in a dilemma .. What is it actually missing? What’s going on? The audience is confused and impatient. If the first half is run by So Soga .. then the second half feels more dull. How long the love and quarrels between Krishna and Shanvi will continue. No longer does the conflict in Krishna seem to make sense.
The music and background music for the film did not seem to matter. One or two songs sounded good on screen. The editing, cinematography and production values are all up to standard. Even if Shanvi finally agrees to Krishna’s love .. the audience may not say so.
Finally .. the message you want to give is ‘OK’