Stars Naga Shaurya in the lead role.
Stars Naga Shaurya in the lead role. less
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Krishna (Naga Shourya) is a dreamy-eyed young man who believes in making a lot of money but by the easy way. He is proud of his street-smartness and relies heavily on it, leaving his village to make it big in the city. As is always the case he finds a mentor in Srisailam (Zakeer Hussain) and starts working as someone entrusted to recover loans. However, Srisailam is in cahoots with Jagadeesh Naidu (Kota Srinivas Rao) who is a minister. They hatch a plan in which Krishna's role is a blur, little known to him. Krishna's life also has a love story with a nurse Parvathi (Sonarika Bhadoria) who wishes to go away to Dubai and settle there and passes on the same dreams to him, incentivising his will to make quick money.
However, Krishna has another thing coming with a massive scam in the tune of crores of rupees planned by the antagonists. However, Krishna shows not just his machoness but also his smart brain to deal with the problem head on.
Yogi's movie has a routine script and relies heavily on a smart, crisp screenplay to keep the audience entertained. In the absence of a genuine plot, the movie revolves a lot around Naga Shourya's performance who has gone for an image makeover. The movie has a generous sprinkling of comedians such as Sapthagiri and Prithvi and also plenty of negative character artists including Ajay and Ashish Vidyarthi. So, in many ways it ticks the modern day Tollywood movie requirements of action, glamour and comedy. At its soul though, there is not much that is memorable. It is a movie for the time-passers who just want to catch up on some routine fare. Otherwise, it is just a rehash of all the rehash of movies over the years. Naga Shourya though is definitely someone to watch out for with his good looks and excellent acting skills. Sonarika already known to the Indian audiences through small screen attracts attention with her looks. The music and cinematography are just about average like everything else about the movie!