They are literally imprisoned at the village's temple, and all of them plan to escape the next early morning by catching a train.
While all others almost approach the train next morning, Krishna stops when he sees Meenakshi at an Anjaneya statue and falls in love with her, though Meenakshi is unaware of his presence, they all are kidnapped yet again by Neelakanta's men there and are imprisoned in a small pent house near the main house of Neelakanta.
Krishna too realizes the pain faced by Neelakanta because of Subbalakshmi's wrongdoings, the next day, Neelakanta and Krishna manage to catch Subbalakshmi and Errababu red handed, and there, Subbalakshmi revolts against her doting father and threatens to file a police case on him.
it was dubbed into Hindi under the title Veerta The Power.
The film is remade into Odia in 2010 as Sanju Aau Sanjana with Babushaan, Parijaat, and Mihir Das, in Bengali in 2010 as Shedin Dekha Hoyechilo with Dev, Srabanti Chatterjee, and Tapas Pal, and in Hindi in 2014 as Heropanti with Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon while Prakash Raj reprised his role from the original.
Meanwhile, Meenakshi tries to speak with them with an intention to find out details about Subbalakshmi and neither Krishna nor his friends can see her face because of the pent house's style of construction.
He asks her to help him find his love and in return promises her to tell details about Subbalakshmi's whereabouts.
Bhaskar said that all the songs were situational songs in this film which drive the story forward.