The film centers around the hardships of conventional people in the working class. After his sister’s strange death, a cop camouflaged as a typical person named Porus (Vishal) starts his investigation on the case for the true cause of his sister’s death. During this time, he meets a ruthless business entrepreneur named Neelakantam. What is the connection between Neelakantam and Porus’ sister’s tragedy? This is the film’s crucial point.
With his ordinary acting, Vishal is fine. Vishal’s action capacities give a certified aspect to the image, despite his good portrayal in emotional parts In the final part of the film, several battle minutes have been all-around planned. Dimple Hayathi, the female lead, has a decent screen appearance, yet her personality isn’t portrayed very well. In the initial segment of the film, comedian Yogi Babu plays the hero’s friend and has loads of fun. Tulasi, who played the hero’s mom, worked really hard too.
Raja, the child of Sirivennela Seethaarama Saastri, is fine in his negative role. The actor who depicted Neelakantam worked really hard in the part. Saamanyudu’s (Veerame Vaagai Soodum) producer is Thu.Pa.Saravanan. Saravanam utterly failed in presenting the movie on an entertaining note, despite his noble intentions in highlighting the problems of an ordinary man. Rather than adhering to the guideline design approach, he ought to have focused on the show perspective, which would have yielded a little better outcome. While Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music is astounding, Kavin Raj’s camerawork is fitting for the film’s classification. Srikanth’s editing is not up to mark. Vishal’s own production firm provides adequate production quality for this medium-budget film.
The film is released along with its dubbed versions in Telugu and Kannada titled Saamanyudu and Obba respectively