Starring : Mohan Babu, Manchu Vishnu, Shriya Saran, Nikhila Vimal.
Director : Madan.
Production : Mohan Babu.
Music Director : S Thaman.
Story (spoiler free):-
Dasari Sivaji (Manchu Mohan Babu) is a stage artist who has a great reputation as an artist. He is widowed by his loving wife Saradha (Shriya Saran) and his daughter (Nikhil Vimal) goes missing in the childhood. He goes to jail in place of culprits by which he earns money and run Saradha Sadan, which is an orphanage he is running in the memory of his wife and daughter. One day, he comes across his daughter and he finally thinks of settling down happily with his daughter and he gets a biggest problem of his life in the form of Gayatri Patel (Mohan Babu). Who is Gayatri Patel? How Sivaji solve the problem that he is facing to live happily with his daughter?
Gayatri is a story of good and evil. When someone who is good by nature involves in bad deed to make some good in the values he believed, his life will be upset with the unpredictable repercussions. Director Madan has done terrible work with this movie and at least he could have got a better screenplay from his writers. May be the screenplay he okayed might work in 1990s but it seems very outdated for these days. Except for some political dialogues on contemporary politics which are uttered by Dialogue king Mohan Babu and his acting, there is nothing in this movie which can be said as a positive. The transformation phase for Telugu cinema had already begun and some directors are not updated with the current trend and the result is movies like Gayatri. To sum up, Gayatri is for Manchu fans.
Mana Reporter Rating: 3/5