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Times of India
A honcho wants an employee to marry his sister but the architect chooses to tie the knot with someone else. To take revenge, he gets the newly-weds transferred to Bangkok and harasses the man, without revealing his identity.
Master Mind will keep you hooked till the end though the narrative is wobbly in some parts. The plot, which is sprinkled with romance and action, focuses on revenge.
The revenge saga revolves around Raj (Rajavardhan), an architect in a company whose MD is Mahesh (Kumar Govind). Mahesh's sister Madhu (Divya Gowda) is in love with Raj. He promises to get her married to Raj but the latter marries Anu (Bhakthi) without informing the duo. The act upsets Mahesh and he transfers Raj to the company's Bangkok office, where he is kidnapped, kept in total isolation and tortured for three years. After his release, Raj decides to trace his kidnappers to know the reason why he was imprisoned. He seeks help from Seema (Thamanna), a taxi driver. What follows is a series of dramatic sequences after Raj comes to know the kidnap plan was hatched by his boss himself.
Rajavardhan is impressive as the formidable Raj. Tamanna Pasha's brilliant portrayal of the taxi driver makes her stand out. Divya Gowda and Kumar Govind play their parts with ease. Music by M Fazil is average. A C Mahendra's cinematography is praiseworthy.