Meanwhile their home gets destroyed in the Srilankan war and Shafi makes use of this opportunity to split Prabhas and their mother. Inspite of going in different directions, Prabhas searches for his mother continuously.
After a few years, Prabhas gets an opportunity to contact his mother with the help of Shreya. Unfortunately, Shafi comes to know about this and plans to get rid of Prabhas. Whether Prabhas overcomes the obstacles or not is the rest of the story.
Prabhas has performed well in action as well as romance. Shreya doesn’t have much scope and just seems to fill the screen at times. Shafi has excelled in his role of a psychotic villain and shows his prowess in acting.
This movie was a Telugu release in 2005 and now it has been released in Tamil as “Singa Thalapathi”. Rajamouli’s direction seems to lack a lot of logic now but we can’t blame him since the movie was meant for an audience 10 years back.
Music is done by Keeravani and it fails to impress. Senthil Kumar’s cinematography is good.