Starcast: Jagapathi Babu, Priyamani, Keerthi Chawla
Director: Karthikeya Gopalakrishna
Music: Chinni Charan
To begin with, Suhani (Priyamani) is seemingly traumatised by haunting memories. Paranoid and petrified, she is terrified with everyone. The cause of her fear is a mystery, but soon, the film goes in a flashback mode. As expected, way back some months ago, Suhani was a happy-go-lucky girl, daring enough to warn the oglers of stern action, if they continued to freeze the girls in their mobiles. Her friend (Keerthi Chawla) is all too happy being with her, until one day, when she calls her a whore, all for the sake of grabbing a job opportunity from her best buddy. Suhani is horrified at the sheer selfish and ulterior motives of someone whom she has always spent time with. For a respectable girl like her, who hails from a middle-class family background, being taken to the police station and interrogated for suspected sexual felony, is a nightmarish experience and memory. Like a strong woman, she decides to put the ugly past behind her and move forward. It is then, when she bumps into Sandeep, who has already fallen in love with the pretty diva.
What follows is on expected lines. The guy pesters her, the girl tries to avoid him best. However, as expected again, Suhani gets attracted to Sandeep, and happens to spend a night with him. Much to her horror, Sandeep never takes her calls, after that night.
Why is Sandeep, who is in deep love with Suhani, avoiding her? Who is behind the exploitation of her best buddy, who is now mentally unsound? Will she ever find a way to come out of her fear psychosis (at present), and seek the pound of flesh from the villains behind?Tag: