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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.
The narration begins with the childhood days of Umesh (Ravi Kale) and circumstances that forced him to take to crime. The murder of Roopa in 1985-86 in Chitradurga, another murder in a canteen, his dramatic escape from a train while being shifted to Bellary jail, his arrest by Hanumantha (Sharath Lohithashwa), an SI in Upparpet police station, his profession as a doll seller to murder women and how he hatched his plans to kill a woman form part of the narration. The only difference is that Umesh is hanged in the movie for his crimes - 21 murders and rapes.<br/>Ravi Kale is a perfect choice for Umesh's role. Roopika has done a good job, but in very few sequences. Shobha Raghavendra, as Ravi Kale's mother, has given life to her role with brilliant performance.