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Times of India
A family is killed near the Shamshabad airport but more dramatic murders take place at a pool-side restaurant in the vicinity, with another armed psychopath trying to identify the killer
: It is a cold-blooded murder. A man, his wife, his unmarried sister-in-law, and his two young children are shot dead. The man who wanted them dead is none other than Akshay (Aakash) who gets his brother and his entire family wiped out because of a property dispute. The clash in the family is not really over property matters but because Akshay is disinclined to take his brother's advice about his marriage. He has his reasons as they are directly linked to his big business dreams.
The focus shifts to the pool-side restaurant where another pair Kiran (Aakash) and his girlfriend come to. And this is where you get to see Aakash in as many as seven roles, in different get-ups, and showcasing different mannerisms. (And one also got to see Aakash in his real-life role sitting just behind me in the theatre amongst his co-stars and enjoying watching himself on the screen).
But the movie is hardly a murder mystery. The screenplay gives away the mystery in parts. Of course, you would have no difficulty in identifying the killer, Mr Rajesh, as he is called, as more precaution is taken in making him look innocent by the filmmaker.
The drama at the pool-side restaurant gets bloody, when a customer, is impolitely refused service as the kitchen is closed. He is pushed out but returns in a jiffy, now wielding a revolver and eventually beginning to kill one by one in a bid to find out the killer in the mass murder. Now, just who is he to do that? You have half a mind to turn back and ask director Aakash sitting in the row behind to demand an explanation but reconcile to respecting his wisdom in showing what he wanted to on the big screen.
Note: Stay cool. Stay at home. Why would you want to get unnecessarily involved, err..engrossed in watching cold-blooded murders?
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