Master cook Anvitha Ravali Shetty (Anushka Shetty) resides in London. She chooses stand-up comedian Sidhu Polishetty (Naveen Polishetty), who is single, as her pregnancy partner because she is determined to have children on her own without getting married. Sidhu continues to be unaware of her motives and falls in love with her, only to be shocked when her actual goals are made clear.

Does Sidhu support her novel strategy? Does he help her achieve her goal of becoming a mother? What prompts Anvitha to take this drastic action? The movie leads to all the solutions in the movie.


The romantic comedy, which is directed by Mahesh Babu Pachigolla, stars Anushka Shetty and Naveen Polishetty.

Anvitha Shetty, a master chef from London, is too busy to date or be with men. Her mother (Jayasudha), who is dying, is concerned that her child will grow up alone, and would prefer she spend time in the kitchen mastering her dishes. She doesn’t give marriage or love any thought, but something her mother says strikes a chord with her. She decides to look for the ideal sperm donor who can aid in her conception. Stand-up comedian Sidhu Polishetty (Naveen Polishetty) appears to have everything she’s seeking. He makes her laugh and appears on the outside to be a terrific guy—mature and realistic. He misinterprets her interest in learning more about his DNA as love as she pursues him.

The teaser reveals the movie is as typical as they come with Sidhu attempting to gain Anvitha’s confidence.

Naveen gives a strong performance; his part seems to have been “tailor-made” for him. He stumbles a little bit in a couple of tear-jerking passages, but it’s nothing you can’t get over. Anushka portrays the role of an independent woman who dislikes emotional baggage admirably and looks charming in the role. The songs by Radhan are all right, but they don’t advance the story much. The only song that fits in well with the events is Hathavidhi. While Murli Sharma, who portrays Sidhu’s father, is as trustworthy as ever, particularly in the pre-climax, Tulsi, who plays Sidhu’s mother, is funny in several sequences.

The camera work of Nirav Shah is stunning to look at. The production quality is excellent. There are a few good tracks by Radhan. The background music by Gopi Sundar significantly improves the atmosphere during the climax. The second part of Mahesh’s screenplay has a few hiccups, but the dialogue is consistently top-notch.

Rating: 4/5

The movie examines a simple but difficult idea, which director Mahesh Babu P handles effectively. The movie deserves 4 stars out of 5.

Anushka Shetty has acted as a brave and practical character who is afraid of marriage in an exceptional performance. She makes a great comeback, not just looking beautiful on television but also giving a nuanced performance.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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