An engineering student finding his love twice in two contrasting situations is what 4 Letters is all about.
Ajay (Eshwar) comes from an affluent family which wants him to spend lavishly and lead a rich life in tune with their status. On the contrary, Ajay prefers to stay with his parents, study at a local college and spend little. He meets Anjali (Tuya Chakraborthy), a violinist, during a strange incident and he starts demanding her time to take their relation forward.
Soon both fall in love but Anjali’s mother rejects their love as she despises love marriages because of a bad experience in her own life. Ajay respects the choice of Anjali as she cannot go against her mother’s wishes and they get separated.
Again, Ajay finds an interesting match in Anupama (Ankitha Maharaana), a fashion designer who loves him assuming him to be from a not so well-off background. What happens next? Will Anjali come back, and if so, whom will Ajay choose, forms the rest of the story.
The movie is technically mediocre in every aspect with poorly penned dialogues. The writer attempts to connote double meaning in each and every dialogue of this movie which ends up as a narrative of being more about lust than love.
Though the plot-line sounds a bit different, the director lets the viewers down heavily with a half-baked product without even a single moment to cheer. Both the heroines did justice to the role they meant for in this triangular story.
Actor Suresh Babu, Posani Krishna Murali, Kausalya, Dhanraj, Vidyullekha Raman are the other important cast in this 131-minute long film.