Naga Shaurya and Avasarala srinivas made their acting debuts in Oohalu Gusagusalaade, which solidified their careers. Applause also greeted their subsequent collaboration, Jyo Achyutananda. The pair reunited for Phalana Abbayi Phalana Ammayi after a protracted absence (PAPA). Has srinivas and Shaurya produced yet another triumph? Is a hat trick possible? The response is no.

Sanjay Pisipati (Naga Shaurya) and Anupama Kasturi (Malvika Nair) are juniors at college in the UK. Yet, they quickly grew close and quickly fell in love. But their romance finds difficulty when Anupama is preparing to depart the college. How does Giri (Avasarala Srinivas) come between Aupama and Sanjay, and who is he? Does Sanjay and Anupama's love triumph? Will it have a happy conclusion? We just receive the answers on a large screen.

Sanjay and naga Shaurya are equally natural. He doesn't have to work hard to play the part. His character has elements of a college student, a working adult, and an older man. He played a good role in each of these. As Sanjay's one-year senior Anupama, Malvika does okay. She wore no makeup and maintained a natural appearance throughout the movie. Megha Chowdhury's only function is to ogle Shaurya and swoon over him. Better writing was also needed for Avasarala Srinivas' part. His performance in Oohalu Gusagusalaade, which also included a triangle-shaped love triangle like PAPA, was far better. The remaining characters are serviceable and make no lasting impressions.

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