You'd go into this with respect for Bharadwaj more than anything else, and the
good news is that there are no surprises on that front. Bharadwaj knows that a
good story helps in making a good movie (such profundities), and, more importantly,
doesn't change his mind about it midway through the film. In fact, Raamma Chilakamma
gets better after the first 45 minutes when the main story kicks in, and keeps
you actually interested in knowing what's going to happen next. And out here that's
saying a lot, isn't it?
Kaasi (Sumanth) is the local rowdy, and notorious f....