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Times of India
: Chandu (Aadi) and Siddharth (Srihari) are engaged in a tug of war - a game of one upmanship. Siddharth wants to protect his sister Nandini (Rakul Preet Singh) from this out-of-nowhere young man who dares come to his office and ask for Nandini's hand.
: It isn't just for her beauty but he falls for the kind heart that has. However, he opts for a more difficult route to get to her heart. And so it becomes a challenge between the young man in love and the girl's businessman brother when Chandu challenges that he will marry Nandini and that too with Siddharth's consent.
The story gets more interesting because of a smart twist it gets. Nandini is good friends with Chandu little knowing that it is this very person who dared challenge her brother. As the movie progresses, the comedy which is weaved into the story provides relief. Relief because, it looks like the movie has been made more to show-off the fighting skills of the hero Aadi. Shirtless and displaying his muscles, Aadi makes mincemeat of the ruffians who are after him, predictably sent by the girl's brother. While Aadi surely deserves appreciation for his performance in the fight sequences, the fight master and especially the cinematography play a huge role in making the action a treat to watch. Aadi proves his acting skill once again with his movie. Rakul Preet Singh has a lengthy role and it looks like she's hit it off well with the audience.
Oh, well, does Chandu get his Nandini? Stupid question to ask because that is what ought to happen in a Tollywood production. The question is: How does it eventually happen? At a time it appears all is lost for Chandu as Nandini gets to know that he is a cheat and a murderer who also been to jail. Now that is supposed to mean suspense. For murder? When the truth is unravelled, you will not want to condemn him.
The production qualities of the movie are good and the picturisation of songs and dances impress. Nothing new about the subject but the treatment makes it watchable. The movie could have done with lesser violence.