The movie has a pretty cliched start with a song from which a couple of lines stand out and set out to be the theme of the movie, I guess.
Nindu noorella paatu prati roju edo lotu
ade madilo repuki chotu
The movie tries to conflate five short stories, all of them with different degrees of unrest in their lives. The director takes a good 45-60 min to get to the unrest and eventually gets to the bigger point of the movie -- how are heroes made out of ordinary people.
At least one of the stories (featuring Anushka) is totally tangential and exists merely for masala purposes. Some feel a little contrived. But the story about an abysmally poor family from Telangana is extremely poignant with some very good performances. (If you are getting a teeny bit political here -- such poverty is pretty evenly distributed in the state, so put your case to rest, if that is all you have to say).
But the movie wraps up pretty even headedly making a few heroes out of these stories. None too macho, none too idealistic, all too human.
So to sum up in Jeevi style - First half is okay. Second half is good. Allu Arjun movies are always entertaining.