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Krishna, an angry young man, is in search of a job. Anna (Sureshchandra), a rowdy, is pleased with Krishna for saving his son (Vasanth) from a rival gang, and employs him as a driver.
Krishna soon falls in love with Yashu (Ramya), a social worker. Once their relationship blossoms, he quits his driver’s job and decides to sell dolls on the footpath. An impressed Yashu agrees to marry him. The story takes a curious turn when Yashu spots Krishna at a brothel and later arrested by the police. Angered, she deserts him. There are quite a few interesting turns in the story where Krishna is portrayed both as hero and villain. Krishna’s visit to a brothel is an interesting turning point.
Sudeep’s performance is praiseworthy, while Ramya has put up a brillaint show. Srinath is gracious too, and Pushpa Swamy impresses the audience even in that only one scene that she appears on screen. V Harikrishna’s music has some catchy tunes and Srivenkat’s cinematography is equally good.