The dialogues could have carried the movie through the box office on their own strength. It is one of the few movies where the humour brings atleast a smile. This point needs to be made since movies of late insult the Telugu audience's intelligence with their crass humour.
Having said that, the second point would be this - the X-rated humour was unnecessary.
The dialogues were the meat of the movie but it is unfortunate that director E Satti Babu did not trust his script enough and succumbed to the regular gimmicks and formulas of western locales, songs that do not fit in with the scheme of the movie, the female actor in outlandish and quite unnecessary western garb and some cheap humour.
So, the polish maybe missing but with support from actors like Chandramohan, Naresh, Sayaji Shinde, Tanikella Bharani and a host of others, the movie could comfortably run in theatres.
Richa Panai plays the comely daughter of Lord Yama (Yamaja) with an even more comely waist and navel. Her role made no demands on her and she stuck to those demands (!). She was pleasant, wore garish costumes and with a little intelligence in selecting her future movies, might get noticed.
This is one of the few movies where the male lead actor is not compelled to impress with his moves, muscles and machismo. Overall Allari Naresh is comfortable in his own skin, his acting abilities was average and his dialogues are the highlight. He plays the lead, Naresh, born accidentally and quite luckily without the destiny of death. The movie shows his trip to Yamaloka to pursue the love of his life, Yamaja.
A little more refinement and little less of the 'adult' humour could have lent it a universal appeal. Predictable ending. Go only for the dialogues.