The man is on a mission. Nothing can stop him. Not even his ego. From Milan (Italy), he flies down in his private aircraft and lands in Hyderabad. It is a mission with a sentiment attached. It is not about fighting villains but stooping to conquer a heart that is bigger than the Everest.
: Let me answer your question straight. The story can wait. The movie is a worth watch. The reasons: Pawan Kalyan's comedy, fights composed by Peter Hein, Trivikram Srinivas' writing skills, Prasad Murella's cinematography, and Devi Sri Prasad's music. That there is promise in the movie is a feel one gets right from the opening scenes which are dramatic. Villains who drop themselves from a helicopter on an island are thrashed by Gautham (Pawan Kalyan). They beat a hasty retreat. Gautham makes his way to the island to confront an anonymous man who was buying up shares in his grandfather Raghunandan's (Bomman Irani) company. Raghunandan, who moves about on his wheel-chair has a desire. He wants that his daughter and her family to come back to him. Sunanda (Nadiya) had married Shekar (Rao Ramesh) against his wishes and parts with her father. However, Raghunandan's heart still beats for her, though he had fired at Shekar with his pistol when the newly wed couple came home. Gautham assures his grandfather that he would get back Sunanda, who happens to be his aunt, back home with her family. In Hyderabad, Gautham assumes the name of Siddu and joins Sunanda's family as a car driver. Let the story take its own turn but for the movie goer, there's so much packed into it all to enjoy. There are hilarious scenes, including Pawan Kalyan's lungi dance, and saree dance, that make you laugh. Pawan Kalyan showcases his versatile self throwing all norms to the winds and deciding to just be an entertainer. Brahmanandam as Bhaskar who wants to bag an Oscar makes an appearance towards the latter part of the movie and a laugh riot breaks out. The confrontation between Bhaskar and Siddu lasts for quite some time and it is just hilarious. Balu (M S Narayana), who plays assistant to Siddu, is cryptic with his loaded comments. He puts up a straight face to get the comedy angle right to otherwise serious business scenes. Sunanda has two daughters Sashi (Samantha) and Prameela (Praneetha) and it looks like both of them take a fancy for Siddu. He's got no leanings. Revealing anything more would be spoiling your fun at the theatre, so let that be there. Samantha gets a meaty role and she grabs eyeballs. Praneetha's eyes haunt our hero. It's the fights that impress most. Of course, cinematic liberties are taken and since you know it is cinema and the unbelievable is accepted, you get to be treated to some fine fighting, if you can call it that. Prasad Murella's cinematography makes the screen come alive. And by the way, music director Devi Sri Prasad puts in an appearance in a song picturised stylishly. If that's not enough, you see some of the Gabbar Singh villains showing up in some fighting sequences.
: It's an entertainer with the core purpose being to entertain. Help yourself.