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Times of India
: The film revolves around an youngster, who helps lovers get married and how this trait has a huge impact on his own life.
: Despite showing off all his strength throughout the movie, going by the formula-centric storytelling, a villain in Tollywood has to be thrashed to pulp towards the end of the film. Otherwise, how would a hero qualify to be a hero? In Paddananadi Premalo Mari, the hero has got all the reasons to ensure a gory death for the man who's after his life. Instead, what we see is quite refreshing.
Ram (Varun Sandesh) is an engineering graduate and is supposed to get into a job soon. His parents are do-gooders of a different nature. They intervene to convince parents to accept the choice of their children to marry who their like. Ram gets the same kind of nature - helping lovers get married. Soon enough, he himself is in a situation where he needs to find the girl Sravani (Vitika Sheru) who he loses his heart to, the very first time he sees her.
After some dramatic incidents, they come face to face in a police station (and no one would dare behave like Ram does in a police station). It isn't about singing duets after he meets her because, there's a villain who sets his eyes on Sravani.
The villain's guru is M S Narayana who plays an astrologer and whose business tactics include scaring his clients or pleasing them with encouraging words - depending on the situation - to extract more money from them. Director Mahesh Upputuri drives the point clear through M S Narayana's character.
In a curious turn of events, Sravani gets to see Ram with another girl in a park. She is shocked beyond words and grieved. Her facebook status reads: Got engaged. Yes, she gives the go ahead for her wedding with groom of her parents' choice.
The director smuggles in some twists to bring the story to such a state that Ram places himself in a dangerous situation just so that Sravani and her beau could get married, as the dangerous villain is still after Sravani. The villain comes to the marriage pandal to forcibly take her away but Ram rescues Sravani and her groom.
The movie captures the nature of some factionists in the Palnadu region - of playing perfects hosts even to their enemies. The sole intention, however, is to take vengeance on them, as we get to know.
If a villain is after Sravani to forcibly marry her, and Sravani herself was all set to marry her groom, where does Ram fit into all of this now? He does in the end, quite well. Thanks to the script and also convincing portrayals by Varun Sandesh and Vitika Sheru themselves.