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Times of India
: Balaraju(Sri) is a cowardly, unemployed youth; with a widowed mother. His uncle gets him as a job as a constable in the forest department. He is an extreme coward and patrolling in the forest all by himself, scares him to death. He is bullied by sandal wood criminals (whose boss conveniently has a big moustache like Veerappan). He comes across Vasanta (Hamida), a pretty tribal girl and she starts to like him and proposes to him. He, despite having a girlfriend (Samatha), is confused and asks his best friend Ram Babu (Shakalaka Shankar) for advice. The twist in the story comes when it is revealed that Vasanta and her entire family are ghosts. As to how Balaraju and Rambabu save their lives and escape the forest, forms the rest of the story.
: If the movie has to be reviewed in one sentence, it is abysmal. The movie supposedly comes under the genre horror-comedy but there is no horror nor is there any comedy. The viewers are left desperately searching for both elements in the film. Actually no, horror and comedy are there in the film but they can be experienced during the intermission; when the viewers are shown grotesque pictures of cancerous lungs and a narration that goes "what has happened to this city", the quintessential anti-smoking ad.
As to why there is an item song in the middle of nowhere in the story is a baffling question; despite having experienced out-of-the-blue songs in Telugu movies for ages. Same goes to blink-and-you-miss special appearances of the veteran comedian Ali.
Definite kudos to the director for managing to make a 2 hour something movie out of a story that could have been narrated in about 10 minutes!
The lead actor Sri is the only good aspect of the film as he does a decent job of playing a cowardly constable. The actresses Samata and Hamida are nothing but eye candy; though Hamida does act a little. Shakalaka Shankar is a small respite in the second half. The bro-chemistry that he shares with Sri is watchable. Most of his scenes involve the ghosts and are laughable if the viewer is a 5 year old kid.
The screenplay is okay but the dialogues are again, abysmal; they remind the viewer of the thousands of badly made amateur short films that dot the social media.
The music by Sri Vasanth gives a lot of Deja vu of various other songs; especially one song
Emo idi emo
which seems to be a blatant rip off of
Leave all logic at home if you want to watch this film...