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Times of India
A Chief Justice who's supposed to deliver the verdict in a case involving a jailed terrorist is held hostage. Daksha, an Army commando, comes to his rescue.
Shot in a single bungalow in one night, Daksha deals with terrorism, a huge global concern today. At the same time, it depicts the patriotism and honesty of a judge who's not afraid to tread the righteous path. There's enough action, emotion and drama to keep the viewer engaged. However, the film, which begins on an intense note, loses fizz midway and ends on expected lines.
Chief Justice Venkatesha Murthy (Suchendra Prasad) is held captive along with his family by a group of terrorists led by Mustafa (Shobhraj). They want him to deliver a favourable verdict in a case related to one of their operatives. But a virtuous Murthy refuses to do so. The goons kill his son and harass other family members but Murthy doesn't give in. Just then the fearless Daksha (Duniya Vijay) comes as a godsend. The Army commando enters the house and decimates the terrorists single-handedly.
Duniya Vijay delivers a fine performance. Pankaj and Neha Paril are impressive. Rangayana Raghu and Bullet Prakash provide the much-needed comic relief. Music by S Narayan and camerawork by Renukumar are average.