Sudhir [Sudheer Babu], Nanditha [Nanditha], Praveen [Praveen] joined by Nelloru Giri [Eluru Srinu] later, are four friends who wish to commit suicide owing to their respective love failures and reach a haunted guest house to end their lives. In due course, Sudhir and Nanditha feel empathetic to each other. While Sudhir cites a love failure reason, Praveen and Nanditha are here on a sketch to reform Sudhir as Nanditha is head over heels in love with him. Sudhir, who is unaware of this, tries to mend Nanditha and hence postpones his suicide plan for 3 days on Praveen’s advice. Though Nanditha manages to impresses Sudhir in those 3days, he still gets back to his initial suicide plan. Finally, Nanditha comes up with an unusual trick to flatter Sudhir, in the middle of which Sudhir takes an unexpected jolt and discovers new problems. What are the lead’s new glitches and how do they handle them in that haunted guest house forms the rest of the story.
Anyhow, he could manage to pull off a Maruthi production with less censor cuts- he needs a clap here.
J.B, a fledgling composer impresses with his background score rather than his original music. The songs are all one-time hearings but he did not let the fans down with the much expected “Vennelaina…Vekuvaina” remix. He could still get his re-recording impressive at some crucial scenes like the interval bang and the haunting shots.
The cinematography is laudable. It does get the haunting feel and tint underneath your skin all through the show. The animation during the introductory voice-over episode is good enough for the purpose [Undoubtedly, can be a Maruthi idea!] Frankly, Sudhir is a countable and promising dancer from the family of Superstars- Swarna and Sekhar masters deserve a bow. Maruthi is as usual cool with his dialogues and considerably ‘Ok’ screenplay.
Beware! It is neither an endearing love story nor a rip-roaring horror comedy. If you have ample time to kill, a theatre close by and a 50 Rupee note in your pocket, you can undoubtedly proceed ahead.