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Times of India
: Chandu (Teju) falls in love with Ahira (Chadini). But it's love only from him side. What comes as a shock is when Chandu, an incurable car thief, speeds away with an expensive one. And out of the car boot emerges Ahira!
: There's something about the climax in the movie and it wouldn't be fair to reveal it. But yes, it's a twist that takes you a bit by surprise. Director Kuttu Nalluri has handled it well not go even given an inkling as to what is in store.
It all begins with a compulsive car thief, Chandu (Teju) falling head over heels in love with Ahira (Chadini). Let's not dig into the reasons because it happens to be that 'love at first sight stuff'. But a routine car theft turns into a kidnapping when he finds Ahira in the dickey.
To complicate matters further, 'breaking news' on television shows that he has kidnapped the girl and her loving brother Sai Prakash (Rajiv Kanakala) announces a cash reward of Rs 50 lakh to anyone who can help rescue his sister from the clutchers of the kidnapper. Chandu sweats. He calls up the brother to inform him that his sister is with him and he had no intention of kidnapping her. If the young man thought he was getting rid of a problem, Sai Prakash gives him an advice that literally makes him wonder what he has got into. Sai Prakash tells Chandu to really kidnap his sister!
But then, why is Ajay (Ajay) chasing Chandu to rescue Akhira claiming to be a cousin?
The storyline in the second half impresses but some of the chasing scenes could have been trimmed. They test your patience. Rajiv Kanakala reminds you of Dawood Ibrahim with his looks but don't jump to conclusions yet about his character. The role is a cake walk for Ajay and some there's some humour, thanks to Saptagiri. Tejus has his heart in his role and Chandini would do well to motivate herself to become more expressive.