Director Trinadha Rao Nakkina wanted to make a cute love story but then ends up making a very over-dramatic, unreal one. How can the father of a girl who has just joined Engineering College challenge her lover about taking care of the family. If all is well, they would still be teenagers although they don't look like that. More importantly, the boy Katthi (Raj Tarun) who has a rather indecipherably annoying accent follows her to an engg college without having passed 12th standard and becomes the best student with one dialogue in a ridiculous annual day skit.
Meanwhile, the heroine Parineeta (Avika Gor) who is eve teased by him for quite a while, falls for him for no apparent reason. The whole idea of a boy like that impressing a girl who scored 996 out of 1000 is a little imbalanced. But there is a lot of anger in her. She is apparently betrothed to a family cousin which is strange, because yes, she is still a teenager. The second half is about the challenge between her dad (Rao Ramesh) and her lover, a weird face-up where the boy has a lower hand but once again saves the day with his wit. It is a very common pattern in Titanic-like stories where an ordinary guy falls for a brilliant girl and saves the day with his wit. However, the disparity in the movie is almost insulting to a lot of bright girls who have to face parents who suspect them because of such unreal tales. The movie has some average comedy from a host of newbie comedians, a lot of them from Zabardasth. Overall, it is a rom-com that doesn't quite make it to the decent watch category!