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Screenplay and Direction: EVV
Music: Vandetharam Srinivas
Story: EVV
Dialogues: Janardhan Maharshi
Producer: EVV
Release Date
18th February 2000
Asha Saini and LB Sriram
Vamsi is a wayward orphan who rescues Chandra Mohan of a gruesome accident. The impressed Chandra Mohan family members(consisting of Chandramohan wife and their kid Krishna) gives hostage to Vamsi. These two kids share a good number of vibes and turns out to be very good thick friends.

As the time passes by Vamsi(Naveen) and Krishna(Srikanth) become inseparable. Though these two friends are close enough Vamsi is in no position to get his close buddy away from the habit of boozing.

Seeta is a small time village belle who comes to Hyderabad for searching a job. Vamsi interviews her for his company and duly falls in love. When Seeta is going back to her village, she is spotted by dipsomaniac Vamsi, who gives her a lift to Railway station and takes her to remote place to malign her. When the inevitable thing is about to happen, Seeta escapes the scene by banging a brick Vamsi on his head.

Later on Vamsi realizes the impact of consuming liquor and vow to say bye to his boozing habit Meantime the family of Chandra Mohan visits the marriage of Chandra Mohan old time pal Chalapathi Rao. Vamsi meets his soul stirring lass Seeta again. And expresses his wish to marry her. But Vamsi and Krishna have taken a vow to select girl for each other. Now it's Vamsi turn to OK Seeta for Krishna. When these two people(Vamsi and Seeta) face each other, they could recollect the whole flashback that transpired between them. Vamsi OKs Seeta for Krishna followed by a marriage.

Seeta hates Vamsi for what he has done to her in the past and decides to make his life miserable by her clever manipulations. She do not believe that Vamsi is a changed man now. As the hatred and revenge in Seeta is growing day by day, the repenting agony in Vamsi sours to new heights. If you want to know what this different sensitive film has to offer in the climax, you must watch this film on the big silver screen to appreciate EVV's first venture as a full-time producer.

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