Cast: Ram, Tamanna, Suman, Raghubabu, Rishi, Shayaji Shinde, Nagineedu, Satyakrishnan, Melkote, Sumanshetty, Gemeni Vijay and others.
Music Director: G V Prakash Kumar
Producer: Sravanthi Ravi Kishore
Aplive.net Rating : 3/5
In 1980, Krishna (Ram) falls for Srinidhi (Tamannah) but she doesn’t reciprocate his feelings due to family responsibilities. Krishna dies in an accident while trying to save Srinidhi. In 2012 Sravanthi(Tamannah) is the daughter of a Indian Embassy officer in Paris. She dislikes the heavy security around her due to her father’s position and wants to lead a carefree life. Ram (Ram) is a happy go lucky guy in Hyderabad who always lands himself in trouble. Vexed by this his dad (Shiyaji Shinde) tricks him into going to Paris and work there. Both Sravanthi and Krishna try to escape from Paris and come to India for their own motives. What happens next? Will they remember their past? These questions are answered in the movie.
Ram is energetic in a role that has become his standard fare. He has a good comedy timing that he utilizes well in the movie. Tamannah is good in the variations of her character’s sketch.Shiyaji Shinde and Suman are good as the lead pair’s parents. Anu Haasan did a full fledged role in Telugu and performs well. Richard/Rishi is good as the villian. Kona Venkat did a negative role in the movie but it didn’t gel with his personality. Bramhi did a cameo role in the movie and brings lots of laughs whenever he appears on screen.
Cinematography by Andrews is marvelous and the beauty of Paris and Geneva are shown well on screen, the real asset that each frame looked like a painting in the movie. Songs are colorfully and neatly shot and GV Prakash’s music though average and music is better., will attract with the picturisation. As per the content, Karunakaran experimented with a new script and it had several twists.
The story line of this movie is such that I cannot write much without spilling the beans. The concept is basically a fantasy drama. There was much more that the director could have done, which could have taken the movie in a different direction. There are a lot of twists in the movie right up to the climax.There is a sense of Deja-vu in the first half; its very similar to Darling, which incidentally was directed by Karunakaran also.
The second half reminds us of Ready especially the family sequences. Some situations are outright illogical which hamper the narration. The length of the movie is too long and a couple of songs could have been omitted. There is ample comedy in the first half and 30 minutes into the second half. Ram dances like a charm. All the loose threads in the movie are well tied up in the end.
Watch it for Ram.