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Times of India
There is nothing exciting in the story where a private detective cracks a plan of terrorists to kill the chief minister in revenge for arresting their leader Mohammed Ghouse. You can watch the movie once for Jaggesh's performance.
It's Jaggesh's show throughout. He has carried the story forward with catchy dialogues, good expressions and body language. Director N Rajesh could have a better job by cutting unnecessary sequences which we had seen years ago. There is nothing new in narration or the script.
The story revolves around Shankar (Jaggesh), a youth who wants to become a police officer. But he faces many hurdles, including the acts of his brother-in-law Narasimha (Rangayana Raghu) and a police officer (Avinash). But a movie by two terrorists to kill chief minister Rangaswamy (Srinivasamurthy) for sending their boss Mohammed Ghouse to jail comes in his help. He opens his own private detective agency called CID Eesha (Eerenahalli Shankaregowda) but faces police wrath as it is not a registered firm. But he earns the trust of the CM when he saves him from the killers. How does he do it?
Besides Jaggesh, Avinash has given a good performance as a police officer. Rangayana Raghu and Bank Janardhan have done well in the comedy track. Music by Vijaya Bharathi and camera by Ramesh Babu are okay.