Scientists all around the world will cringe in pain if they see this flick. It is downright silly, but since there can be no restrictions on imagination, we are the unlucky souls that have to endure such disastrously conceived flights of fancy. Unfortunately, this one goes beyond even the stratosphere. Scene after scene makes you wonder if the director has any sense of direction himself. At times, it feels like being in one big maze. The movie goes on and on, till it mercifully ends.
Sweetie (Manichandana) is a fanatic fan of Satyaraj (Ravi Teja), who is a famous movie star. She is in love with him and does everything from offering prayers to throwing grand parties for his success. Sweetie's constant companions are a group of cute little kids who are also fans of our star.
One of these kids has knowledge of this gadget that can bring an actor on screen to real life (and Einstein is considered a genius). From here on till the end, it is anybody's guess as to how the movie progresses. There is a lot of endless nonsense till, finally, Sweetie realizes that she just idolizes him and there is no love involved.
The camerawork is tolerable, and as for the direction and the script - no comments. Nothing about this movie will make you stand up and take notice, except maybe the skimpily clad ladies in the songs.