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Times of India
Muraari is a contract killer. He has no feelings or emotions and is loyal to his boss. His life takes a turn when his heart dictates his mind and he falls in love with Kavya.
This movie went on floors in 2008. Back then, Sriimurali had long hair, was trying to get back as a commercial hero, Rashmi was in demand, since the Duniya hangover was still prevalent and Madhuri, the hottie in the film, was still someone new. The film even has Sathish Ninasam, who is an actor-producer now, in an odd bit role.
The film's story revolves around the hackneyed plot of a ruthless contract killer having a change of heart, when he finds love in the form of a woman who he's conned into kidnapping. Had the film released back then, as it was intended to have, it may have even struck a familiar chord with the audience. For gangster films were the order of the day then.
Unfortunately, the plot seems a few years too late. And the idea of Stockholm syndrome too has been shown on screen, quite effectively, with movies like Highway doing well. H Vasu's direction seems way to formulaic. And the fight between the hero and a python in the forest is quite some comic relief.
In terms of performances, Sriimurali is earnest, Madhuri does her bit and Rashmi's quite alright. Sharath Lohitashwa has an interesting role and impresses as the good cop.
On the brighter side, this film is just over 2 hours, so those who want to see their favourite Roaring Star Sriimurali in a massy role, they can make a dash to the halls.