When the young, meek Srinivas joins the college, he has little knowledge about love, girls and generally, life. His only aim in life seems to give some trendy expressions that can be categorized into:
1. Angry = Like he's just seen a monkey in a bikini. Grrr!
2. Happy = Like he's just seen the monkey's daughter in a bikini. Hee hee!
3. Sad = Like he's just seen himself in a bikini. Waah!
4. Love = Like he's just seen all the three together in a bikini. Smooch!
With so much to express, he's waiting for someone equally animated to turn on his mating call. Akhila answers vigorously. She has her own set of expressions:
1. Angry = Blinking eyes
2. Happy = Breathing
3. Sad = Tear gas
4. Love = Blinking and breathing
So as the drill master calls 1 2 1, they go happy, hop, happy. But all is not this easy. To memorize numbers, dance steps and lip sync together is quite confusing. Especially when you're not supposed to shake the booty with your mouth and sing with your legs. But to the credit of the lead pair, they do a fine job of not mixing it up too many times.
Now this Akhila girl is a basketball fanatic. She also perhaps is of the opinion that tall men have tall... er, let's call it 'ego' for our family audiences. It seems she'll be impressed if the guy can reach up to the skies and dunk the ball nonchalantly. She'd be even more impressed if he will not miss the basket.
So to impress his love, Adarsh immediately joins a basketball coaching camp under the renowned coach Surya. He trains hard to become a champion in wearing sexy vests and sweating profusely. Ultimately, he makes it to the team.
Once in it, the plot dribbles mercilessly between the court and the courtship. Akhila's bro doesn't really appreciate the hero's steal, and is on fire to block his shots. He introduces certain WWE superstars for the hero to tackle on the court. But eventually the hero slam-dunks the ball and the bad guys together. Don't know about balls, but humans certainly cannot stand body odor. And somehow, in the end, nobody loves this game.
The lead pair, as mentioned earlier, appears to have been wearing too tight pants for their liking. The other departments like music, script, comedy, direction etc. are visible very clearly in the credits. That's all the appearance they do.
The one thing that must be made mandatory in the credits should be The Credibility line. This, as you can see, is a line. If a movie is good, it should be above the line, and if it is bad, below the line. And if the movie is on the line, please see a doctor, movies don't make telephone calls.