Surya (Allu Arjun) suffers from anger issues since he was a child. He leaves home at a tender age following a tiff with his father.
Years later, he becomes a solider in Indian army where too he faces the same problem. Aggressive Surya appoints himself as the vigilante of the country and takes lives on the border.
These things land him on the verge of losing his job. But he gets a final chance to secure it, thanks to his mentor (Rao Ramesh), who convinces Sanjay Srivathsav (Boman Irani), a top army official.
The condition before Surya now is to obtain a no-objection certificate from renowned psychologist Dr Rama Krishna Raju (Arjun), with whom he has a bitter past.
Though Allu Arjun’s acts are justified since his character is suffering from anger issues, we find them overboard in some places. But we have to accept that he shines as Surya, and the hardwork he has put in is visible on screen.
Anu Emmanuel, who plays the former girlfriend of Allu Arjun, has done a good job. Though there are many popular actors, they have very little screen space with compared to Allu Arjun, as it is his show all the way.
The film starts on a bright note and its premise too is so interesting. But we wonder where it all went wrong as the movie proceeds towards the climax.
Music by Vishal and Shekhar is good, both songs and background score. All said, the film infuses patriotism among audience, however in a loud manner.
Rating: 2.25 out of 5
En Peru Surya En Veedu India – Pat for Patriotism