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Times of India
: Lucky (Vishnu) is a bearer of bad luck. Anyone who comes in contact with Lucky ends-up doomed. His life turns on it’s head when a bag containing Rs 25 crore robbed from a bank lands in his hands due to a quirk of fate. And thus begins a game of cat and mouse as the gangster who masterminded the bank heist, sets out to get Lucky.
A Mumbai-based don, JK hatches the perfect plan to rob a baggage of Rs 25 crore in new currency notes being sent to the banks by RBI. But JK’s close aide Antony who executes the plan decides to keep the money to himself and leaves the bag with Lucky, promising to pay him Rs 1 crore for keeping it safe for a day. Antony gets run over by a vehicle when JK confronts him, but the unfinished message in Antony’s cellphone lead JK to Lucky. As you can see, it’s predictable storyline, but the filmmaker got the packaging right.
Director Raajakiran ensured that there is plenty of comedy right through the movie. For most of the first half the histrionics of Vishnu Manchu, playing the luckless protagonist whose life goes from one mishap to the other, provides plenty of entertainment. The comedy is mostly dialogue based. And dialogue writer Diamaond Rathna Babu has dished out some funny lines like “Donga dorikinapudu feel avvadu, emi dorakakapote feel avthadu” and “Luck hug iche lope unluck liplock petteskundi.” The episodes in the first half where Vishnu Manchu immitates his dad Mohan Babu’s dialogue delivery got the loudest whistles.
Hansika Motwani does a decent job of playing Positive Padma, although she has little to do besides looking pretty. Music by Achu Rajamani and Praveen Lakkaraju definitely bolstered the script which has the right mix of comedy, drama and action. With a run-time of less that 2 hours, the film sure makes for a leisurely one-time watch.