The film is a crime thriller that revolves around the lust for power. The film portrays the activities of underworld and is based on the theme that inspite of many laws that are enforced, crime and criminals never end.
Director: K. S. Ravikumar
Actors: Anaika Soti, Anjana, Sarvanand
Lakshmi Narayana (Venkatesh), the MD of Lakshmi Group of Companies, is an elder son in a family with two brothers and two sisters. He is very strict about disciplining his brothers so that they become the men their father (Ranganath) wanted them to be, to the point of beating them for coming home drunk. He owns a factory that is worth hundreds of crores. Shailaja a.k.a. Shailu (Charmme Kaur), an employee in Lakshmi’s company, has a huge crush on him. Janardhan (Sayaji Shinde), a former employee of Lakshmi Industries who was accused of forgery, plans to take revenge on Lakshmi by creating division in his family. Soon Lakshmi’s sister falls in love with a man, and he is accepted by Lakshmi, with the marriage concluding in a grand manner. It is later revealed that the man is Janardhan’s nephew. This leads to Lakshmi revealing to his siblings that he and his sister (the youngest of the five) were actually adopted by their parents at a young age as they were orphans who were being ill-treated by their uncles and aunts. All this leads to the splitting of the siblings with Lakshmi and his sister being thrown out of the house by their younger brothers. The only one standing beside Lakshmi are all the people in his factory and his other sister. Lakshmi even ends working in his factory for all this. He even moves into a small house with his sister where he is later joined by his mother. Later, it is revealed that Lakshmi had fallen in love with a girl Nandini (Nayantara) earlier, who was the niece of his foster father. Nandini was threatened by a young man who was the son of a Kolkatabased don Rayudu (Pradeep Rawat). Lakshmi beats up the guy and sends him into a coma, which earns him Rayudu’s wrath. The rest of the story is about how Lakshmi stands up to all these people together.
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