Let`s see how far the movie reached the expectations of the mega fans and general audiences as well.
Cherry (Ramcharan), a software engineer, is in love with Madhu (Kajal) and lives happily in Hyderabad along with his bachelor uncle Jilebi (Brahmanandam). A CBI officer (Ashish Vidyarthi) who is investigating the murder case of Taxi Bhai in Kolkata and DGP murder in Hyderabad suspects Cherry`s hand in those murders.
When the CBI officer follows Cherry to Haridwar, he sees Nayak (Ram Charan) attacking Rawat (Pradeep Rawat) during Khumba Mela. Why is Nayak on a killing spree and how Cherry helps Nayak to succeed in his mission forms the crux of the story.
Ram Charan has done a tremendous job in a dual role, that of a lover and an angry young man. His dancing skills are superb. Kajal Agarwal looks glamorous and does well in the first half.
Amala Paul is limited to a couple of scenes and does not have much to offer. Unfortunately, both the heroines are restricted to songs and dances.
Brahmanandam in the role of a bachelor uncle is at his best as Jilebi. The comedy scenes between hero, heroine and Brahmanadam are excellent.
Another highlight of the movie is comedy by Jayaprakash Reddy. He has given an awesome performance and his dialogues are hilarious. M. S. Naarayana is OK as a lip reading specialist in CBI office. Posani Krishna Murali brings laughter in the intense second half.
Pradeep Rawat, Dev Gill and Ashish Vidyarthi do their bit. Kota, Sudha, Surekha Vani appear in limited roles. Rajeev Kanakala appears in an inspiring role. Venu Madhav, Raghu Babu and Fish Venkat try to add comedy.
Director V V Vinayak, has chosen a routine story which has nothing new to offer. He chose a simple story and weaved an entertaining screenplay around it. Akula Shiva dialogues are plus to the movie. Editing by Goutam Raju is good.
Thaman`s background score is good. Four of the six songs are good which includes `Shubhalekha Raasukunna`. Chota K Naaidu cinematography is an asset to the movie.Choreography and action scenes are composed well. Production values are high.
First half runs on a light vein with comedy and songs. Second half is violent. Vinayak concentrated more on the presentation of the movie rather than the subject. The story and screenplay is predictable after the interesting interval bang. The big drawback of the movie is the climax which is like that of a yesteryear`s film. Item song by Charmee is ordinary.