Meanwhile Jayasudha’s son, Ramcharan, is a do-gooder and tries to fight for people’s cause. Seeing him, people start to stand up against rowdyism. This attitude antagonises Sai Kumar (a local goon) and he sends his men to murder Ramcharan.
Co-incidentally, Ramcharan’s body is brought to Jayasudha’s hospital where Allu Arjun is also admitted. Considering the people’s welfare, Jayasudha does a face transplant for Allu Arjun. The rest of the story is about how Allu Arjun takes revenge.
Ramcharan has given a masala entertainer with the right mix of action and romance. His dance moves are amazing and his screen presence is spot on. Allu Arjun’s cameo also has a fight scene and he gives a stunning performance. Kajal Aggarwal’s screen time is less but still she creates a nice impact. Amy Jackson and Shruti Haasan have done a neat job as well.
Sai Kumar and Rahul Dev has shown variations in their characters and director Vamsi’s effort to portray a clear storyline is appreciable. He has brought in quite a handful of talented artists and has delivered an action film with a commercial touch.
Songs are impressive in DSP’s music. Naidu’s cinematography has given the right effects to the movie.