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Times of India
Bullet Rani is the honest, sincere, pan-chewing cop, who is every corrupt person's terror. She packs in as much punch in her dialogues as she does with her kicks, ensuring everyone fears her and wants to eliminate her.
On paper, this film could have well been Priyanka Kothari's Dabangg, putting her right up there on the iconic female action heroes list with the likes of Dimple Kapadia and Vijay Shanthi. Sadly, this Kannada-Telugu bilingual is more farce than force, leaving you laughing out loud at moments that are not supposed to be funny.
To add to the drama, Rani's costumes, which are dark coloured body-fitting T-shirt that have 'POLICE' written in bold and capitals at the back, are more American than Indian. And the makers too have ensured she does enough Baywatch-like running in those tight-fitted tees of hers rather than concentrate on a hard-hitting drama.
The villains are the ones who take ridiculousness to the highest level. There is one of the main villain's henchman who is this abominable mix between a man and a ferocious cat, which leaves you laughing rather than look at him with terror.
This film is meant only for those who still remember and love Priyanka Kothari, for she does show off her prized assets.