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A young woman becomes embroiled in a financial and political conspiracy while studying in Spain, as she meets a young musician with a somewhat dark past unfolded through the pages of his lover's diary.
Arya (Allu Arjun) is a happy-go-lucky, college-going youth with an attitude. He falls in love with Geeta (Anuradha Mehta) at first sight. He proposes to her in front of her boyfriend Siva. ... See full summary »
Sathyamurthy is a billionaire businessman with great human values and he had a son viraj. Sathyamurthy dies in an accident. Viraj has 300 crores worth property and loans for the same amount. He has an option to go for insolvency and save 300 crores and live a happy life. But he foregoes 300 crores to make sure that his father image is not tarnished. Rest of the story is all about how far Viraj goes to live up to the values his father.Written by
The title of the film is taken from the Allu Arjun starrer film Bunny. See more »
The film's title card opens along with an image of Allu Arjun. See more »
The runtime printed on the censor certificate is 162 minutes, but the version available online is 133 minutes long in duration. See more »
A Family Entertainer
This film is a good hearty family drama. The moral and cultural beliefs intertwined well with the story line. The climax was surprising however the ending was cliché. I felt that it ruined the messages that were being portrayed throughout film.
Allu Arjun did a very good job. His style and efforts were flawless although at times it felt a little over the top. Samantha's role was unconventional but towards that end of the film she was forced to play a typical heroine. Her style was a little bit confusing as it felt that it was more important to emphasize her physical appearance even though she had a unique character. Upendra was good. He really embodied the different shades of his character. The rest of the cast helped move the story along.
The music was pretty good although none of them were memorable. Direction and editing was good as well.
Overall, Trivikram had a great vision in mind but ended up following the same formula.
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