Nani(Allari Naresh) is a simple down to earth software employee. He and his family hate getting into problems and lead a very simple life. Twist in the tale arises when he gets married to a lady don Bullet(Sakshi Chowdary) without knowing about her past and criminal activities.
Half way through his marriage, Nani comes to know about his wife’s original background and decides to leave her and run away from the city. Rest of the story is as to how Nani manages to deal with these tricky situations and solves all his problems.
As usual, Allari Naresh is quite good in his role and showcases superb comedy timing. He is back to what he does the best and entertains the audience. Naresh looks good and all his scenes with Sakshi Chowdary have come out quite well. Sakshi Chowdary gets a meaty role and looks her part.
Comedians Saptagiri, Jaya Prakash Reddy and few other artists have done a decent job. First half of the film is quite entertaining. 30 Years Pruthvi is hilarious during the interval bang. Second half has some decent comedy moments and has enough elements which will be liked by the masses.
Praveen, Jabardasth Raghu and Ashish Vidhyarthi have done their roles well. Dialogues written have enough punches and the production values are pretty good. Some fights picturized on Sakshi are sleek and elevate her character well.
Production values are quite good in the film. The makers have not compromised on the quality of the film and have given it a rich feel. Music is decent by Sai Karthik and so is his background score. Editing is weak as ten minutes of the film could have been edited out. Screenplay is decent but gets a bit wayward in the second half.
Coming to the director Sai, he has done a good job with the film and has notexperimented much. Even though there is routine comedy, the way he has etched it out is good. The place where he falters is after a few interesting scenes, the film starts getting
On the whole, James Bond is a decent film from Allari Naresh. He sticks to his basics and entertains the audience well. While the interesting first half is fun, the second half gets quite routine. All those who are done watching the heavy duty Baahubali and are looking for a simple time pass entertainer, James Bond will not disappoint you.