Veera Narasimha Naidu's (Prabhu) sister (Seetha) marries a Muslim guy Bhasha (Suman) against his wishes. After fighting for rights on an ancestral property for 20 years, he loses the legal battle to Bhasha. So Narasimha Naidu hates Bhasha and refuses to meet or talk to his sister. Meanwhile, a pandit tells Narasimha Naidu to perform yaagam to quell the bad omen. Then he orders his manager (Brahmanandam) to bring in a reputed Brahmin to perform the ceremony and the manager mistakes Suliaman (Manchu Vishnu) as Krishnasastry and brings in. Suliaman enters the scene pretending to be Krishnasastry with a goal.
A hero taking someone else's identity for a certain cause and the drama revolving around the game of this guy or that guy is one of the oft-repeated stories on Indian screen. Denikaina Ready also has same plot, which again is based on a Malayalam super hit, Udayapuram Sulthan (1999). Writers BVS Ravi, Kona Venkat and Gopi Mohan have adopted the film to suit the tastes of the Telugu audiences.
With wafer-thin storyline, director G Nageshwara Reddy and writers have tried to bank on the Krishnasastry versus Suliaman conflict entirely. Much of the comedy comes from the scenes about this confusion drama. Also scenes revolving around Brahmin community (though sometimes it did go overboard) have evoked laughs.
Denikaina Ready runs mostly on formula format, yet it doesn't provide any boredom; some of the scenes are genuinely funny. But the film needs to be trimmed a bit and a song or two be chopped off.