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How would it be if you woke up one morning, got bored of the jokes your boss cracks and got bored of his face too (in this case Posani Murali Krishna) and decided to bring a real twist in your life. Allari Naresh plays the role of a normal guy who ends up accidentally getting married to a female don called Bullet who speaks in a rather weird, South Indian accented Hindi. How did that miracle even happen?
Playing Nani, Allar Naresh romances the gorgeous Sakshi Chowdhary who has more to her character than being just a gun-wielding, stylishly dressed don in big boots. But then, marriage can do strange things to people and the same thing happens once again. The scary don suddenly turns into a lovely housewife fitting into the role of the awesome wife while Nani is still in the process of figuring out the twists that have arrived into his life.
The movie has used plenty of comedians like Sapthagiri, Pruthvi who kills it with his imitation of Bala Krishna, and JP but its core is quite stale and quite unbelievable. About the only good thing about the movie is the strong heroine-oriented narrative. It is all about Pooja, the don, Pooja the daughter who will do anything for her mother and Pooja the wife. Why exactly did the ideal daughter become a gangster in Dubai is a question we will try not to ask. Similarly, how exactly did Naresh just randomly through one guy (Krishna Bhagawan) get trapped into marrying Pooja is also a little weird. Overall, James Bond turns out to be a medley of comedy skits and some songs in fine locations, amidst some brainless fun, that works at times and doesn't work at other times.
Sai Kishore Macha, the director uses Sai Karthik's music for unnecessarily dragging the narration through but ends up delivering an average Naresh comedy drama for the timepass movie goers.