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Times of India
The village bumpkin makes 14 unsuccessful attempts to pass his 10th class. But he has the common sense to suspect the intentions of his relative from the US who arrives home and decides to marry him. In the US, he happens just as she suspected. She's ready to dump him for another man.
Bullabbayi (Yes, that's what he is called all through the movie) is happy living his life in the village with a style of his own. He's harmless, jovial, friendly and helpful. Bullabbayi (Sumanth) is smitten by Neelaveni (Pinky Savika) but does not express it because he knows they won't make a good match. Neelavani rejects all the proposals that her parents bring for her marriage. To everyone's shock she chooses Bullabbayi. Before the wedding is to take place, Bullabbayi does confront Neelavani expressing suspicions about her decision to marry him. To his surprise, he admits that she does have intentions. Bullabbayi, however, gets into wedlock her because that is the only way he can land in the US.
Neelavani shows her true colours very soon. She cannot even stand the very sight of Bullabbayi and is always irritated with him. In the course of time, Neelaveni falls for a doctor who proposes to her. She is only overjoyed and gets a divorce from Bullabbayi. An arrow pierces through Bullabbayi's heart. Even in such circumstances he gives in to her request when she asks him to stay back in the US and not leave for India so that he can attend her engagement.
The film explores relationships with the influence of western thinking on youth who go abroad. Director Chandra Siddharth who has delivered sensible stuff in the past brings gives the subject the treatment it truly deserves. Sumanth portrays a hue of emotions. In practically every frame, Sumanth's expressions draw attention enhancing the quality of story telling. One can say Sumanth has given a power-packed performance in the movie.
Some other heroes might needs fights to show that they are packed with power but for Sumanth, his body language and facial expressions and a natural flair looked just enough. If that's not enough, he not just passes the muster in the dances section but is hilarious with his `saree dance'. Music score by M M Keeravani lifts the movie. For once Thagubothu Ramesh is not shown drinking. And it is a great relief. The movie is as interesting as the title. Who knows, some things may just become possible - like Sumanth's careergraph rising.