Banner: Sukumar Writings
Cast: Raj Tharun, Hebbah Patel, Noel, Hema, and others
Dialogues: Potluri Venki
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Cinematography: R Rathnavelu
Editor: Amar Reddy
Story, Screenplay: Sukumar B
Touted to be the most bold movie in Sukumar's career, the film is upto the taste of the youth. Sukumar has come out with a different story on lovers.
Meena Kumari (Hebah Patel) is a free bird and she carries attitude of leaving all the struggle to the winds, while Siddu (Raj Tharun) is a middle class boy. Siddu falls for Meena at first sight and gets close to her. But Siddu starts suspecting Kumari’s character and this leads to a rift between them.
He gets some shocking revelations from his besties, who are into all kinds of activities.
How will Kumari receive Siddu's nature? Will Siddu understand the attitude of Kumari? How will they reunite? Who will change? To find out the reasons, watch the film on the big screen.
Raj Tarun has once again proven that he is a powerhouse of talent. He is superb in his role, his body language, his facial expressions, lends life to his character in the film. Hebah Patel looks gorgeous as a free spirited girl. She has acted well in bold scenes in keeping with her character. She showcases a carefree attitude in the film with ease.
The sizzling chemistry between Raj Tarun and Hebah Patel in some scenes has become another asset of the film. The rest of the cast have also been well balanced and did their job well.
As expected, Rathnavelu's cinematography is the main attraction and the visuals are very refreshing. The romance between the leading pair is talk of the viewers and enough focus has been put on the heroine.The background score of DSP is impressive. Sukumar seems to have followed the path of director Maruthi but the film is bold but beautiful. Sukumar's writing is clearly visible in the climax scenes.
Editing could have been better.
Sukumar popularly known as a creative director in the industry, has once again come out with an unusual story. The film may disappoint normal audience but it will surely entertain the youth audience.
The audience will be surprised with the unexpected climax and heavy dose of emotional scenes may leave the audience with mixed feelings. The boldness, raunchy moments between the lead pair will woo the youth to theatres.
The director has tried his best to bring life to Sukumar's story and showed the bias and assumptions of young boys towards free spirited girls.
This is not a right film for the family audience who expect decent films like Arya, 100% love from Sukumar as the film has too much adult content and vulgarity in some scenes.