Touches of Simhadri being a fierce 'Singhamalai' are sprinkled randomly, and voila, this is that genre of movies that accepts Basha as the messiah. When Simhadri lands in Kerala to unite an estranged daughter (Sita) with her father (his master), he's caught in the malignant web of anarchy, dictated by Bhai (Mukesh Rishi). He's left with no choice but to fight for the liberation of the suffering people there. Sometimes even chop, cut, axe and hatchet for them.
Having relieved them thus, he returns to his quiet routine of slaving. But as fate would have it, not to mention the 'inspired' script, his past catches up on him and he's forced once again to become the bloodthirsty 'Singhamalai' for one last time.
As mentioned in the intro para, the entire package is either black or white. The winds blowing from Indu-Simhadri are hot while those from Simhadri-Kasturi are bitter(-ly cold); those from the ferocious Singhamalai are hot while the ones from the soft slave are not; those from the incredible songs and dances are... sweaty, while the ones from the intense butchering are bloody; and those from Ramyakrishna in a guest song are hot and continue to sizzle till the end!
Bhoomika again manages to pounce upon a role in a movie with incredible potential to becoming another Okkadu
or another Vasu
. She owes one big time to her shrewd agent.