With two big hits this year and given his current form, Nani’s every new film is being looked forward to eagerly. Of late, his name is generating a lot of curiosity thanks to his string of hits.
Moreover, this is Dil Raju’s production. So their combination has set the expectations bar rather high.
Nani (Nani) is a boy next door, who has a elder brother Rajeev (Rajeev Kanakala) and both share a good bonding. But all that bromance is shattered when Jyothy (Bhumika) enters Nani’s life as his brother’s wife. Nani dislikes Jyothy from the word go.
Meanwhile, Jyothy is transferred to Warangal. Rajeev asks Nani to accompany his vadina to Warangal. Nani agrees to go after a lot of cajoling. Pallavi aka Chinni (Sai Pallavi) who is his vadina’s cousin falls in love with Nani.
Jyothy is a RTO officer who gets into trouble when she objects to Shiva (Vijay) operating busses without permission.
Shiva on the other hand threatens to finish Jyothy in 10 days. This is when Nani stands up to protect his family. What does he do next?
Apart from his acting skills, his boy-next-door appearance has made Nani what he is today. Naturally he is best suited to the role of a middle-class guy. Nani is hilarious in some sequences and he has also indulged in action stunts.
Sai Pallavi is at her natural best. Although she doesn’t have a strong role like she had in ‘Fidaa’, she has brought energy with her natural vivacious attitude. The romantic portion shot on them is a treat to watch.
The film revolves mainly around Nani and his vadina Bhumika Chawla. In her first such character-actress role, Bhumika has done a terrific job. She has lent dignity to the character. Rajeev Kanakala as brother is impressive.
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