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Times of India
: The movie starts off with Ranadhir (Ranadhir) calling MP Vasundhara (Sindhu Tholani) and demanding ransom from her; having kidnapped her nephew. On the way to their rendezvous point, Ranadhir's car gets into an accident and the kid goes missing in the commotion. He is later found by Kodi (Dhanraj) and his friends; who incidentally, are at the rendezvous point at the right time. An overwhelmed Vasundhara then gives the ransom to Kodi and his friends and takes her nephew home. As to how the money changes the dynamics between Kodi and his friends and what happens to the kidnapper forms the rest of the story.
: The story is full of twists and turns and would have made an excellent thriller film if not for the all-comedian cast. The slapstick comedy scenes and the double innuendo dialogs get rid of the thrill element in most of the scenes. The first half is gripping; while the second half is long drawn and most of the comedy scenes are blatant rip-offs from the Pirates of the Caribbean series; including Dhanraj's look in the film.
The actors' performances are decent; especially Dhanraj. He does an extremely convincing job as a betrayed friend, helpless captive, and other shades his character has. Ranadhir and Sreemukhi try to be menacing but are not convincing. Thagubothu Ramesh doesn't play his typical drunkard role but adds his bit to the comic element of the film.
Coming to the technical aspects of the film, while the background score of the film aptly suits the scenes; the songs are bland. The debutant director Sai Achyuth Chinnari; who also wrote the dialogues and the screenplay of the film in addition to the story; does a commendable job as far as the direction and the screenplay are concerned.
All in all; this is an entertaining movie and like most Tollywood entertainers, this movie requires the viewer to leave their sense of logic at home before heading to the theatre.