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Times of India
A gang of five - Dharma (Sai Kumar), Siva (Subbaraju), Teja (Ashish Vidyardhi), Kailash (Brahmaji) and Siddhu (Krish) - hatch a plan to make quick money. But greed gets the better of Siddhu and turns rogue.
: Simply put, it's a boneheaded adaptation of the critically acclaimed 2007 Bollywood thriller Johnny Gaddar. The film wastes little time in driving home the point that it is indeed an original remake. In what seems like a not-so-gentle-reminder to the viewers about the remake credentials, Sriram Raghavan (director of Johnny Gaddar) is credited with the screenplay in the opening credits.
What the film really needed however, was Sriram's brains! Besides a protagonist who could act, a cinematographer who knows his job, a more competent music director and better support cast, dialogue writers and a better editor as well. In short, everything about this movie is just hopelessly below par.
The plot is simple. It all begins with a corrupt inspector Kalyan (Ravi Babu) busting what seems like an illegal drug consignment. He calls Dharma offering to sell it for 50% of the market value of Rs 10 crore. Dharma ropes in four of his aides and raises Rs 5 crore. Meanwhile, Siddhu, who is having an affair with Teja's fiancee (Lekha), devises an ingenious plan to rob the money and elope with Lekha. But Siddhu's plan goes awry and then begins a game of cat and mouse.
The movie is too amateurish to merit any analysis. It's just another half baked movie that will soon disappear into the oblivion. Getting stuck in a terrible traffic jam will be more interesting than watching this movie.
: It's a yawn fest, watch it only if you are in the mood to well, doze.