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Times of India
The story of the movie is not new to Sandalwood. A piece of land is in focus here. Politicians want to misuse it for their benefit, but because of a local auto driver, they could not get their ambitions fulfilled.
Director JG Krishna has chosen a subject of land grab by politicians that is relevant today, but not new to the Kannada audiences. With good script and narration, he has tried his best to keep interest in the story that we have heard and read. There is nothing new in the movie that is worth highlighting. It looks like a promotion for hero Vinod Prabhakar.
A piece of land in Mahalakshmipuram where a slum is situated becomes a prestige issue for politicians, including urban development minister Durgaprasad, as he wants to help his friend Chakravarthy (Sathya Prakash) develop an IT park there. Gajendra (Vinod Prabhakar), an honest auto driver and a good Samaritan, strongly opposes the plan along with other residents. Chakravarthi aides kill local MLA and create fear among the residents. Fortune favours Gajendra when chief minister asks him to contest in the byelection which he wins by 70,000 votes and becomes the housing minister. This enrages Durgaprasad and Chakravarthy who decide to take on both the CM and Gajendra. But their efforts fail.
Though Vinod Prabhakar is good, he needs to improve his dialogue delivery and body language. Daisy Shah is lively. Music by Rajesh Ramanathan has some catchy tunes.