Azad's innocent city sojourn was going to cost him his life. But he will not regret it!
Soundarya is a photo-journalist who is perturbed over the growing violence spawned by Raghuvaran. As president of Hindu Seva Samiti, a frontal organization for his ISI activities, Raghuvaran has his hand in every nefarious activity in the city.
Soundarya gets a brilliant idea when Deva's brother dies in a freak accident. She writes a letter under the imaginary name of Azad
, claiming responsibility for his death. There is commotion in the city as Soundarya further dashes off similar letters.
Meanwhile, Nagarjuna comes to the city to claim some money from a chit-fund company, for his sister's marriage. Soundarya, who is rescued by Nagarjuna, convinces him to live out the imaginary character created by her.
The film starts on a good note but soon gets caught in the ISI cliché. You get to see the best of Raghuvaran as the destabiliser par excellence. After a long time he has displayed his villianish histrionics to the brim, in a Telugu film.
Aazad's plot is a direct lift from Main Azaad Hoon, which in turn is a copy of Frank Capra's 1941 film Meet John Doe.
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