* A golden idol is stolen from a temple. The hero and heroine are the prime suspects as they've paid multiple visits to the temple. They escape from police custody and a hunt is launched for them. It's only later that we get to know it's the handiwork of someone else.
Ravivarma Gubbi's directorial venture has all the ingredients of a commercial film — romance, sentiment and action.
Ajju (Ajai Rao) is smitten by Ambuja (Sindhu Loknath), who had returned to India from Malaysia to unite her parents. She also falls in love with Ajju, but faces several embarrassing situations as he doesn't have a steady job. He's seen in the company of rowdies. The story takes a curious turn when the duo is arrested on the charges of stealing a golden idol from a temple. They manage to escape from the police van. In due course of time, it is revealed that Ajju's friends had stolen the idol to make a quick buck.
Ajai Rao has delivered a fine performance, even in action sequences. While Sindhu Loknath impresses with her charm, Anant Nag needs a special mention for his graceful act. Vinayakaram Kalagaru has penned some catchy dialogues. Both V Harikrishna and V Venkatesh deserve accolades for the music and cinematography, respectively.