Ganesh, an unemployed man, lands up in a company where Keerthi, the girl he loves, works but who is already engaged to someone else. Sudden incidents ruin his life and he again comes across her, but refuses to marry her.
Lakshmi (Venkatesh) a business tycoon hides a secret about his past in front of his brothers which leads to unexpected consequences. At the same time, villain allies with his brothers and make them turn against Lakshmi.
The film opens with Thulasi (Venkatesh) bashing up the bad guys led by Rahul Dev at a fashion show held by his now estranged wife Vasundhara (Nayantara). A quick flashback reveals the ... See full synopsis »
Raghavendra, Vishnu, Chinna, and Vamsi are brothers. Raghavendra and Anjali (Arti Agarwal) fall in love and they are relatives as well. They get engaged with the consent of parents. But ... See full summary »
I have to say that Guru will set an example for the kind of movies a senior actor should seek. Venkatesh and Ritika have given their best performance in this film. All the emotions and chemistry between Venky and Ritika worked out very well. Generally we observe that heroes are given more time and space in the movie to elevate them, but in this film both Ritika and Venky got a perfect balanced roles or I should say that Ritika took a center stage in the film. I'm sure that Ritika will get more opportunities in Tollywood here after.
The politics behind the sports selection process, especially in boxing showed are brilliant. Some comedy can be added here and there to avoid a quite serious second half. Coming to director Sudha, thanks to her for giving such a realistic and motivating film for Tollywood. The way she showcased Venky, emotions between Venky and Ritika, her screenplay and the way she directed the boxing matches are amazing and are definitely the huge assets of the film.
Finally I will say that I was impressed and motivated by this film and is appended to my suggestions list.
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