This mass and romantically titled movie – Boss: I Love you- is a free adaptation of Hollywood flick "Two Weeks Notice". As the story runs, the audience would easily gauze that it is heading for Manmadhudu climax. Routine romance jets in now and then. In short, don’t expect much of anything.
Gopala Krishna aka K (Nagarjuna) is the Boss GK Group. Ravishing lady Anuradha (Nayantara) joins the company as his PS. Talented and dutiful in her profession that she soon wins the confidence of the Boss. But, some minor professional lapses bring misunderstandings between the two. Next lady Sruthi (Poonam Bajwa) is appointed in the place of Anuradha, who is desperate not to lose her association with GK. Is it her love for him or mere professional zeal? It forms the rest of the story.
Nagarjuna is handsome as usual and executed his role with the much required romantic vein. He offered the class punch with his Boss mannerisms and at the same time provides mass masala to the target group. Additional care is taken to show the hero in typical Nag style.Nayantara is both sensuous and glamorous too.Poonam Bajwa played a short role well. The role of Shreya doesn’t require any worth mention as it fades into nothing soon after it begins. Brahmanandam and Ali have provided good comedy through separate and integrated comedy veins respectively. Sayaji Shinde played little villainy and Tannikella Bharani and all other characters did well in their limitations.
Story is a direct lift from the Hollywood flick "Two Weeks Notice". Completely devoid of originality, the movie suffers from unimpressive screenplay and pale direction.
Direction by VN Aditya disappoints with a greatly stretched out climax. Too much of elasticity either results in sagging down or losing contact of two ends. It’s perfectly applicable to Boss. Music by Kalyani Malik and Hari lets the audience down. Background score is average.Dialogues are mediocre, but for a few impressive ones. Stunts are average and seem to have jutted in to satisfy the mass audience.Cinematography is good.
The movie is a clear let down to both the fans and general audience. Its run in the future weeks is certainly doubtful.