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Times of India
: A television channel owner is murdered. And so is the chief reporter of the channel. They have information with them that could cause immense harm of the reputation of a union minister who has set his eyes on the PM's gaddi.
: Rishi (J D Chakravarthy) is still not at peace with the death of the two persons. The evidence in the form of a chip that could shatter his political careers is in the hands of a young man Shivaji (Vishnu).
Shivaji is a daring man. He could not have had anything to do with the issue but for the fact that the murdered channel owner's daughter Anamika (Pranitha) is a close friend to whom he loses his heart also. Well, he was only reciprocating Anamika's love for him. She had reason enough to fall for him. When a gang of goons insults a young girl, Shivaji arrives on the scene to handle them.
Handling a union minister, however, is no easy task. The protagonist shows one can make best use of internet technology either evade the hunters or chase the culprits. That's a much better way of handling these issues, the film shows. But most of the time, both Shivaji and Anamika are literally escaping from the gang that is after their lives and the memory card that they possess. After all it contains explosive material involving the union minister.
The shocker is sometime when they are trying to escape from the villains, the memory card falls from Anamika's hands and gets crushed in an escalator. It's the climax that has been handled well. From the way Shivaji plans his moves, it becomes absolutely difficult for the union minister who ties the noose around his own neck.
Vishnu packs a punch with his acting and so does Pranitha with her innocence. But the film belongs to the director.