Saga (Aadhi) is a happy-go-lucky youngster who leads a happy life with his friends. On New Year eve, Saga and his friends get into a duel with a rich woman (Richa Pallod).
The police tries to cover up the issue, since one of the boys is the son of Police Commissioner (Nasser). But Richa vows to teach the young men a lesson.
For, she is the daughter of the most dreaded don of Mumbai, Mudaliar (Mithun Chakraborthy). In the meantime, Richa goes missing and the chase begins. Mudaliar is not ready for any compromise.
Aadhi, who desparetly needs a break, finds one in Yaagavarayinum Naa Kaakka. Despite the confusions in the latter half, the film is a taut thriller.
Aadhi impresses us with his performance, while Nikki Galrani, Richa Palod, Nasser, Narein and Mithu Chakravarthy are good in their respective roles.
Technically, the film is rich and sleek and the credits go to the production, cinematography, editing and art direction departments.
Aadhi’s elder brother Sathya Prabhas has directed Yaagavarayinum Naa Kaakka, while it is produced by their producer Raviraja Pinisetty.
Though there are unnecessary songs and the film is lengthy, Sathya Prabhas has given a decent movie in association with his brother.