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Times of India
With poor script and narration, director Ravi Manjunath has tried to weave a romantic around the murder of a sub-inspector, but miserably fails in it. The sequences are weak and wrongly placed with no links with each other. Poor editing is the main culprit behind the 'tragedy'.
Jaggi (Jayanth), a cable operator in Kaverinagar, falls in love with Asha (Spuritha), daughter of Bhagya (Umashri), a poor tailor who was struggling to make both ends meet. We have Shivaraj Pandith (Ramesh Pandith), a corrupt sub-inspector who always took bribe. Curiosity begins when Bhagya ends life after meeting Shivaraj Pandith. In another development, Krishna, a rowdy, gives Jaggi some cash to be handed over to the police officer. Jaggi clubs the SI to death after a brief duel at night. Unfortunately, Asha sees the incident and develops hatred towards Jaggi. While the SI's murder remains a mystery, ACP Sathyanarayana is appointed to probe the murder. Does he crack the murder?
Jayanth has a long way to go to prove as a hero. Supritha is good. Music by Pradeep Raj and camera work by Shankar are average.
The movie is basically a story of a rowdy who wants to get reformed, but fails in his attempts. Though the subject is strong, director Suri has made it look tame with lack-lusture narration, especially in the first half, and sequences which are dull and weak.