Sinnga (Chiranjeevi Sarja), who has been raised by his mother Janakamma (Tara), is the proverbial do-gooder, but has a temper, which lands him in a lot of trouble with the police. The sheer number of cases against him turns out to be one reason for his reluctance to get married, apart from, of course, his anger, which he believes does not bode well for family life. Janakamma, though, is hell-bent on seeing her son settled in life, so, when she spots Geetha (Aditi Prabhudeva) at a temple, she decides that the latter will become her daughter-in-law. While Sinnga is dead against the idea, he ends up falling for Geetha, when she comes to his help after a deadly attack on him. With his love life on track, Sinnga has to still take care of Rudraswamy (Ravishankar), who wants to exact revenge for a public humiliation.Sinnga is Chiranjeevi Sarja's take on the angry young man, with ample doses of romance and mother-son sentiments thrown in.