19 October 2017 | kutekrish
Not the first of its kind, but very entertaining movie
Gautham (Gopichand) is the only son of Vishnu Prasad (Sachin Khedekar), who is a billionaire. Vishnu appears on Forbes magazine and Gautham celebrates this with his friends. One of the old waiters spill something on him inadvertently for which Gautham slaps him, asking him if he knows who he was. The old waiter's question back to him as the response wakes his consciousness and he understands that he has not achieved anything and is living a luxurious life from his father's money only. He feels very bad and drives his car recklessly, trying to commit suicide.
He stops his car, just before he hits a person on the highway and to his surprise, the other person, Nanda (Gopichand - dual role), is a xerox copy of him. Nanda explains Gautham that he is committing suicide due to lack of money in his lower-middle class house. They agree to live in each other's life for the next 30 days, i.e. Gautham in lower-middle class home in search of meaning, emotions etc... in his life and Nanda in the luxurious house.
As events unfold, Gautham likes the lower-middle class love and affection and Nanda becomes addicted to money to the extent that he tries to kill Gautham along with his parents and his sister. How Gautham proves that he is Gautham and comes out of this is the movie