: Bhavana goes missing just moments before her engagement with an NRI groom, Harry. As her family begins searching for her whereabouts, a series of incidents occur which lead to a sudden twist in the end with the entry of another guest.
: If you haven't noticed a series of advertisements camouflaged as story in this 'crowd-funded film', you might even be tempted to believe that the movie has a script too. With this attempt, the perils of a crowd funded film as it is evident that those who pumped in money extracted their pound of flesh on the screen, thanks to plenty of in-film brand placements. And the audience, however, is at the receiving end. Frankly, who would want to buy a ticket to watch advertisements, on big screen, anyway?
Now that we have established the aforementioned point, let's get to see what director Mahesh Kathi manages to pull off. Bhavana's (Nikitha Narayan) is brimming with plenty of activity as preparations for her engagement are in full swing; however, she is nowhere to be found, even moments before the NRI groom Harinatha Rao a.k.a Harry (Nandi) and his family are set to arrive at her house. Everyone in Bhavana's family has their own quirks and if those are meant to evoke laughter, let's just say that their very presence gets annoying at times.
Coming back to the story, there's one question on everyone's mind - Where is Bhavana? Could she have eloped with someone she may have fallen in love with? The family debates some incidents about her behaviour in the past and eventually, the domestic help makes the discovery about Bhavana's whereabouts. The family, however, has a bigger problem on hand.
And then Sampoo (Sampoornesh Babu, who shot to fame with Hrudaya Kaleyam) enters the scene at the engagement ceremony. He gets the kind of introduction that is typical of a hero's entry on the screen. Soon after he arrives, he talks about the casual reasons that couples are coming up with to seek a divorce, and also how the older generation learnt to live together, despite their differences. Bhavana herself had heard the negative opinions about marriage from her friends, which makes a huge impact on her.
You'd expect that Sampoo would make Bhavana and Harry understand their follies and learn how to adjust with each other, and not make something like a 'Pesarattu' (a breakfast dish) keep them away from getting married. Alas! The director drops a bombshell, which is sort of an anti-climax for the movie. He makes Sampoo confesses his love for Bhavana and gives her time to decide on whether she would marry him. That's the end of the movie. It's pathetic. Let's move on.