Updated: October 02, 2020 17:50 IST
Rating : 2.5/5
The movie takes off with a situation where Bujji(Raj Tarun) and Krishnaveni(Malavika) escapes from their respective homes, meet on the train, and exchange different names as Swathi and Srinivas(Bujji is his nickname). Krishnaveni doesn't want to marry her brother-in-law, whereas Bujji has to meet his girlfriend in Hyderabad. Unfortunately, a rumor spreads in their whole village, Nidudavolu that, both Bujji and Krishnaveni are in love and eloped to Chennai. Krishnaveni's mother, Chamundeshwari, hurts Bujji's family financially. In the meanwhile, Bujji, and Krishnaveni unknown of the situation, develops a good friendship. Hebah Patel breaks up with Bujji, and he soon realizes that he is in love with Krishnaveni. Bujji comes to know that she is the girl who ran away from town as well and that she hates him. However, the screenplay was a bit lag and tested the patience of the audience.
Raj Tarun, with his boy next door personality for sure, did his job without complaints. He improved his acting skills visibly compared to his old project.
The film is a romantic comedy starring Raj Tarun, Hebah Patel, and Malavika Nair, which is directed by Vijay Kumar Konda and produced by K. K. Radhamohan. Anup Rubens tuned the music.
The length of the movie tests the patience of the audience. The plot is very predictable and cliched. Apart from a few comic segments that overstay their welcome, the lack of depth to some of the characters makes the film disappointing. The movie lacked any twits and turns, which makes it hard for the audience to sit to the end. The songs are unnoticeable. The positive points of the movie are, it brought in some new comedy and portrayed well how and what a rumor can lead stories.