If this movie was meant to showcase Vishnu Manchu and Brahmanadam's comic timing - then well and good. MS Narayana chips in with his bit as well.
The rest of the cast, however, is there primarily to support the story - a high profile cast (Prabhu, Kota Srinivas Rao, Suman, Seeta) was probably not necessary.
Brahmanadam gets a sizeable role. Vishnu Manchu has the potential for comic capers. Comedy comes easily to him (which is a rare trait and treat) but a comedy needs a taut script . He is therefore let down here.
Hansika Motwani as Sharmila suffers from this strange disorder - 'disrobing disorder' i.e. she loses clothes whenever Vishnu Manchu is around! Other than that she basically dances her way through the movie along with a troupe of blonde babes who are skimpily dressed to the point of showing their undergarments. Almost all the songs she features in are forgettable and unnecessary.
Story : Sulaiman (Vishnu Manchu) impersonates a Brahmin purohit to gain entry into his estranged uncle's home. His motive being to reconcile the two families.
A story that had potential and has fun moments but insipid 'comic' fillers especially from Master Bharath's overacting and an excessive number of songs interrupt the flow of the movie. They, sadly, dilute the movie and contribute nothing but flat moments.
So the lesson we take from the movie is : expensive locales and songs are really unnecessary. Just stick with the primary objective of the movie.
Go watch for the intermittent comedy. Take a nap during the songs.view less