Whatever is this action thriller about? To begin with, Krishna is a good samaritan
wandering the streets, with his machine gun toting body guards. His primary
aim is to rid the city of ISI moles and the baddies.
And so we see the swinging Krishna accompanied by his four bodyguards saving
State ministers, police officers' sons, and even police officers, not to talk
of the common man, from the bomb fury unleashed by the ISI activists. He is
so immersed in his activities that he has no time to fall in love with Prema,
who is after him for God-knows-how-many years.
Then there is Suman, the SP who is hellbent on restoring law and order by putting
all the bad guys behind bars. And in this act he comes into conflict with Krishna,
since Suman refuses to allow anyone barring the police to take law into his
hands. Despite this, they have a point of convergence, and that is the ISI.
But since that is the exclusive prerogative of Krishna, Suman clashes with the
henchmen of Rami Reddy, the local don.
And so we are introduced to the world of Rami Reddy and his inner circle, which
includes the IG Ranganath who protects him from the long arm of the law. Apart
from being the godfather, Rami Reddy's other activities include helping the
ISI in spreading arson, while his college-going brother gets a vicarious pleasure
is putting girls who don't comply with him to death.
Everything happens so illogically that you can't make a thing of the flickering
images. There are unnecessary misunderstandings between Suman and Krishna and
unnecessary collision sequences between Rami Reddy and Suman, and there is no
meaning to the gore unleashed by Rami Reddy.
When she is not dreaming of her lover boy (or is it man?), Prema, as a journalist,
devotes herself to writing reams elucidating his glorious deeds. And when she
is not doing either, she is educating Suman as to how great a person Krishna
Jayaprakash Reddy, as the father of Krishna and the godfather of Rami Reddy,
appears in a brief role. Rami Reddy dons the same old role that he is adept
at. And there are Suresh and Arun Pandyan who don't have anything to do, except
for swelling the cast.