Since the 70s, there have been countless films on `queen` cobras avenging their
male companions killed by cruel humans. This is yet another such venture.
A set of evil gangsters led by a character played by Nalini kill a snake for its mystical jewel.
Mumaith Khan plays both the part-human, part-snake role and that of a tattooed police officer`s sexy daughter.
From then on it is pure vendetta. The climax, on expected lines, convinces none.
Reddy`s archaic narration, Babu`s tepid cinematography and Rajkumar`s loud musical score are pure assaults on the audiences` eyes, ears and patience.
Suhasini lends some decency to the proceedings, but has too minor a role.
The plump Nalini looks adequately menacing, but since the whole movie is meaningless, the effort fails to impress.
Ravi, Vinod Kumar and Om have been accorded mere walk-on parts.
The script, dialogue and lyrics are distilled drivel.
The graphics - essential parts of every commercial potboiler, belong to the prehistoric era.