Film start with Chandu is a software engineer who falls in love with Swathi. Just when they decide to marry things take a u-turn and the couple finds out that Chandu has a problem with his horoscope and can get killed at any moment. To avoid this, they approach a Swamiji who orders for a special pooja. Just when they happen to go for this pooja Chandu gets involved in a scam featuring a minister.
Is has slowly become a thing for comedians to try and turn into heroes in Tollywood. It has also become the norm to see such attempts backfire badly and Software Sudheer is no different. The film falls under the same age-old drama with some forced comedy.
Chandu and Swati get engaged but when the couple visit an astrologer, they’re told he poses a life-threat because of her astrology. What is the conspiracy behind the astrology and what it has to do with a political scam is something the film aims to explore.
Despite the name of the film, Sudheer’s character doesn’t even remotely sound like a software engineer. He’s introduced as someone so dumb, he’d pee inside a refrigerator and fix an oversized mirror on his vehicle. The comedy is laced with cheap tropes that make no sense. Director Rajasekhar Reddy tries to work out some small-screen comedy in the big-screen and fails. The punch dialogues too are nothing to write home about.
The whole concept of a techie trusting an astrologer makes you wonder what the point of it all was. If you think the first half has topped in absurdity, the second half proves you wrong and goes even further. The weakly written screenplay adds fuel to the fire and scenes like the one where a depressed Sudheer dances with five women in a location abroad don’t help either.