|Director||Jonnavithula Ramalingeshwara Rao|
|Writer||Jonnavithula Ramalingeshwara Rao|
|Producer||Yerramilli Venkat Rao
|Cinematography||M. V. Raghu|
|Film Editing||G. G. Krishna Rao|
|Playback Singers||Sankar Mahadevan, Mano, Kalpana, Chitra, Jonnavittula, Seketh, Sridevi, Malathi|
|Sombabu (Ali), the only son of well-to-do farmers, is a pampered guy and a wastrel. His laziness is the talk of the town; though, as is usual with this kind of movies, the village folk are equally eloquent about his good nature.
Being a lout, Sombabu wastes his days roaming around the village with his four stooges, swindling foreigners in the guise of a tourist guide, and consuming liquor in buckets. On one such day, he chances upon Rohini (Ruksha), who has come to the village to do a project on the temple. He promptly falls in love with her, but dallies about proposing.
Meanwhile, a team of three villains (Jeeva, Jayaprakash Reddy, AVS) covet the land belonging to Sombabu's parents. They hatch a plan to get Sombabu out of the way, the upshot of it being that our hero is imprisoned for stealing idols. The movie continues its meandering and mind-numbing path, and ends on an expected note.