Jagapati Babu and family dramas go together. Add large doses of comedy to his
family dramas and they become typical Jagapati Babu movies. Everyone has an upper
hand in his films over him, whether it is the heroines, their mothers or unknown
children who walk into his house from nowhere. In Bachi, it is the last ones who
manage to make him a fool.
A police officer in the special branch, Jagapati Babu one day receives a boy Habibi (Master Teja) in a courier from Dubai. Claiming that his mother had told him that Jagapati Babu is his father, the boy starts addressing him father. The uncomfortable Jagapati Babu tries various methods to get rid of the boy but his ways serve only to get him drawn towards the boy and become friends ultimately.
Meanwhile, Jagapati Babu falls in love with Neelambari who gets annoyed at seeing the boy in Jagapati Babu's house. The former manages to convince the fuming Neelambari that the boy is not his son and so the matter ends there although it crops up now and then in their discussions.
Meanwhile, Jagapati Babu is the chief security officer for Prakash Raj, the Rs 50-crore winner of the Paris lottery. But Jagapati Babu's search for the boy continues and he manages to nail the father by his name, Bachi (Prudhvi). And arrests him. But is he the real villain of the piece?
Master Teja's antics, coupled with the rustic Prakash Raj's and the heroine's innocent ways, manage to propel the movie, albeit without any semblance of being inter-connected. The comedy falls flat with the director's inept handling of the situations. And the result? Despite spending so much money and acquiring all the gloss, the film does not get anywhere.