It begins with about 5 minutes of attempted storytelling before a descent into an interminable bout of singing and dancing. The song is actually not quite bad. You just don't want the female vocalist's screech assaulting your ears again. Especially after Sandhya theatre's sound system transforms it into the organic equivalent of a scratch against a chalk board.
Then, you are taken into the bungalow of a corrupt politician, where he does what corrupt politicians do, following which the scene is cut to the hero and heroine, who've apparently decided to be in love forever already.