Chinna (Dasari Arun) is a jobless graduate who goes around protecting the law and who follows in the footsteps of his father, Ramachandra (Dasari Narayan Rao), who in turn takes inspiration from Harischandra, the archetypal truth-bearer. Ramachandra is a bus-driver, and in a display of quintessential Dasari senti, exhibits loud and exaggerated love for his bus throughout his role. He has even apparently received several awards for being such a dedicated bus-driver.Mini (Akanksha), who belongs to a family of notorious politicians, falls head-over-heels in love with Chinna, a feeling fully reciprocated. When Ramachandra tells Appa Rao (Kota Srinivas Rao), Mini's father, that his son had set fire to his (Ramachandra's) bus in front of the press, Appa Rao is left with no choice but to send his son to jail, to keep up his reputation. He gets his son out of there, however, by bribing a few officials to declare that Ramachandra is mentally ill. Ramachandra's death ensues, and when the collector tells Chinna that he is helpless, he decides to take the law into his own hands.