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Times of India
: The film revolves around Rock and Amrutha, who go to the US to compete in a music and dance festival; however, they face several hurdles due to Jenna, the reigning queen of the music festival.
: Jenna (Shraddha Das), a pop star and two time winner of the 'Best of the world' title, is looking for a hat trick. No one can stop her, or so she thinks. An obsessed Jenna gets Sandy, who posed a threat to her position, eliminated. But Sandy's sister Amrutha (Saiyami Kher) wants to fulfill her brother's dream of bagging the title. That takes her to a music college in Jamaica, West Indies. The experience of meeting Rock (Sai Dharam Tej) there is horrible, to say the least. He's outright impolite to her. However, she's got to work with him to develop a music band for the college. The ultimate goal is to win the world title organized by the music channel in the US. Jenna gets nasty. Rock and Amrutha are her targets. Eliminating them from the competition is the first priority but if they still pose a threat, getting them killed is a cool decision she takes. Does she succeed?
The filmmaker Y V S Chowdary has dedicated this film to Michael Jackson. And so you have a number of songs and dances - with Sai Dharam Tej taking to the dance floor. He does impress. He can do better. With the movie being shot in the West Indies and the lead character being someone who believes he is born for women, there's a lot of skin show.
Sai Dharam Tej brings out his acting skills as an easy-going character but when he has to fight it out, he's unstoppable. Shraddha Das plays it out as an evil person and slips quite comfortably into the character. Saiyami Kher's simple yet glamorous persona equips her well to change colours according to the script.
It's quite fun to see foreign characters speak in Telugu. While the fights, dances and camera work impress, what actually comes out is the imaginative work of the director. The film has been in the making for a long time but does not disappoint those who prefer to watch films that are appreciative of the lead character showing off an "attitude". Quite a few cinematic liberties have been taken and the length of the movie is prolonged unnecessarily.
The die-hard Tollywood audience might want to lap up this movie, despite some silly stuff which the comedians produce.