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Young Sushanth (Sushanth), with an easy-going attitude, does not take anything to heart and believes in treating life as a bliss. He chooses to enjoy it moment by precious moment. Sneha (Sneha Ullal) is quite a serious modern miss. Her goals and values mean a lot to her; she leads a principled and disciplined life. In short, in terms of character, Sushanth and Sneha are just opposite poles.
Incidentally, both meet and fall for each other. One fine day, Sushanth decides to meet Sneha's father to talk about their relationship and their future together. He fixes an appointment with him but does not care to turn up on time. His late arrival at the appointed venue does not impress the elderly gentleman; however, he chooses to leave the decision in his daughter's hands. Confused and unsure of what to do, Sneha too decides to break her relationship with Sushanth. But since she lacks the will to do so, she asks Sushanth to erase her feelings for him. How? Through his uncaring attitude and behaviour towards her. Does this happen? Does Sushanth agree for the split? Are the lovers able to part ways? What happens to their relationship and understanding? Current reveals this in an emotional climax.
Young Sushanth is energetic and scores in his amazing dances in the song sequences while Sneha's glamour does wonders to the film. Geetha, Vennela Kishore, Tanikella Bharani, Brahmanandam and Charanraj do justice to their roles. Reshmi as Sneha's friend makes a mark with her performance. As usual, Devi Sri Prasad's foot-tapping numbers are enjoyable. Director Suryaprathap, who has worked as assistant to directors Allari Ravibabu and Sukumar, has come up with a novel theme. But the story and sequences lack continuity and the chemistry between the lead players does not work well.
Vijay C. Kumar's camera and Marthand K. Venkatesh's editing are the plus points of the film. Comedy, dialogues are also not very impressive. There are some extremely poignant moments in places. But the climax does not match the film's tone. So Current turns out to be interesting and enthralling, but only in parts.