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Times of India
As the tagline says, it is an action film with suspense directed by Dayal Padmanabhan. With a neat script and narration, the director has done a good job of the story that keeps you gripped to the seat. While the first half is a bit confusing with too many characters, the second half compensates for it with neat narration.
The story revolves around Nethra (Malashree), a CCB officer, who is investigating the disappearance of her sister Anjali (Roopika). Anjali was taken away in an autorickshaw by unknown persons on a rainy day. While probing her sister's missing case, Nethra takes up the investigation of another crime in which severed hands and legs were found in different places. She suspects the hands of ACP Ganesh (Ayyappa Sharma) and sub-inspector Muniraju (Muni) in the crime. How does she crack the case? Why was her sister kidnapped? You can watch the mystery unfold on the big screen.
Never miss the action sequences of Malashree who has done a good job. Ashish Vidyarthi excels as a doctor. Muni and Ayyappa have given life to their roles with an impressive performance. S. Shyam Prasad makes his debut as dialogue writer with some punchy lines. Music by Manikant Kadri is average, but the number 'Olage seridare Gundu...' is sure to impress you. Rajesh Kata's cinematography has some catchy frames.
son of a farmer, has a dream in his life. He wants to become a film director. He comes to Bangalore from his village with a script and meets a number of producers to fulfill his dream
Director has done a good job with the narration by making fun of the Kannada film industry which has the tendency to treat youngsters with contempt. The movie is a fight by a young director who swims against all odds and makes a name.