In a world of chaos rules, if one takes this to be true then this exactly what this movie is, a lot of confusion and even after it finishes you are still confused. What Pinnisetti is trying to express is pretty hard to pin point. The dialogues shift from addressing societal problems to hardcore philosophies of love in the blink of an eye that it leaves you in a daze. The sole reason for you to remain in your seat is curiosity, you just want to know how it all ends.
The movie kicks off with the traditional introduction of the hero Balaram (Sri Hari) in all his glory i.e. saving the damsel in distress by bashing up goons in typical filmi style. He is the typical cop, scared of none and honest to the core. In one of the many cases he handles, he comes across two lovers Vineeth and Maheswari. She is the daughter of the rich businessman Rami Reddy and he is the poor lover. What we have is the regular clash of the classes, with physical sacrifices and poetic dialogues. The lovers elope but are separated and amazingly Sri Hari offers to marry Maheswari. What is going on? Relax, he does this to unite the two lovers, which he does but the opposing party is there to spoil his plans. It is time for the final showdown, no prizes for guessing who wins. Love triumphs and Rami Reddy repents - a happy ending.
If it was meant to be a love story, why does Sri Hari hog the limelight-delivering
sermon after sermon about corruption and every other problem in the society? Why
do the lovers not stand up for themselves? It is the loose script and hazy direction
that mar what could have been a good movie. Sri Hari is competent to say the least
and is ably supported by rest of the cast. It is the bad direction and weak script
that makes all efforts futile.