Ravi Teja is the son of Nassar, who works as a Headmaster in a village school. Teja does not go to any job after completing his studies and wastes him time with his friends. So, being sent to Chennai by his mother. Teja gets a job in a small TV company in the city. One day, the hero saves Nayantara from a danger and as per the regular theory starts loving her. Even Nayan accepts his love after a few meetings.
In this situation, a common man, who collects the scam list of the Interior minister 'Kadhal' Thandapani, plans to hand it over to the police department. On knowing this, Thandapani assigns Sonu Sood to kill the petitioner but the attempt has been disrupted by another local rowdy, Kota Srinivasa Rao. This develops a problem between the two gangs.
On the other hand, feeling that they should telecast something useful to the public, a colleague of Ravi Teja arranges a live interview with Prakash Raj, a retired I.A.S officer and the interview is carried out in front of Teja. When the honest Praksh Raj reveals that Soonu Sood is the reason behind his retirement, angered Sonu Sood sends his gang men to attack the officer. In this attempt, Ravi Teja saves Praksh Raj but in return, the gang men try to kill Teja. What happens after that forms the crux of the movie.
Be it innocence, action or romance, Tollywood lead star Ravi Teja proves his acting prowess. Nayantara has no scope to act apart from loving the hero. Prakash Raj gets the appreciation of the audience for his casual and experienced acting. Soonu Sood looks terrific as a threatening villain. Nassar registers himself as a responsible father. Kota Srinivasa Rao excels his portions in his own style.
Songs are to the average in Thaman's music but the back ground music is very impressive. Ravindra Babu's cinematography is appreciable.
On the whole, the film might have had the needed elements to attract the Tollywood fans but could have had a better package to the Tamil viewers.