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Badri (Pawan Kalyan) is an ad agency director whose parents are settled in the USA. He has a love called Vennela (Renu Desai), who is a close family friend of Badri's family. Their parents want these two to tie the knot.
Bujji (Prabhas) runs away from his home in his childhood because of a dispute with his girlfriend Chitti (Trisha). He ends up in Chennai for 12 years, and the rest of the story is about how they meet now to make their love successful.
An experimental movie by none other than a talented director Puri Jagannadh gives viewers a story from a typical masala movie. The concept was original, the actors were great, songs were not bad, direction and cinematography were interesting.
Ileana D'Cruz was definitely the star of this movie. Her interest in videotaping suicides seemed unique gave her contrasting personality. She played a lovable but emotionally distant girl with a dark past.
Rana Daggubati was great as a professional killer.Conflicted with the notion of right and wrong, he embarks on a journey of redemption. Just 2 movies old, he is proving himself to become a bankable star.
The rest of the cast were good. They had a role that was important to movie as opposed to just being placed there.
The comedy was funny but seemingly cheap/vulgar. Puri Jagannadh is known for great comedy sequences but Ali and Mumaith Khan were an odd combination.
This movie is good for fans of Puri Jagannadh, Ileana or Rana and for those who are tired of the same masala entertainment.
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