An aimless tale, the story begins with a group of youngsters Abhi, Venky, Razzaq, Rai who want to commit suicide but are saved by another girl who hears their flashback. Her father Rangaiah Naidu (dasari) is an SP and he gives them accommodation and a new life. He gives them six months and tells them to do something good and then think about dying. What starts as a journey to do good becomes a movement called 'Young India'. However, there are the regular share of villains trying to cause trouble. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
The director has come up with a rotten tale and both the presentation and narrative were disappointing. The dialogues were weak, the script was shallow and the screenplay was pathetic. Background score was okay and only one song was alright. Cinematography was very poor, editing was just okay. Costumes and art department didn't have much to do. As usual, it is a Dasari show as he shows his eccentricity now and then in his Tamil accent. The youngsters put in their best efforts to make use of the opportunity given but time will tell whether they made an impact or not. Brahmanandam was annoying, the villains were all from the TV circuit so they did a good job.
The film is attempted to create awareness among the youngsters but more than that, it will give a negative impact. While the first half goes about with some bizarre sequences, the second half gets into the routine commercial manner and in no time, the audience is seen twitching in their seats and scratching their heads. The film by no means will appeal to any genre of audience and it will sink in no time at the box office.
Bharatstudent Verdict : Terrible!!
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