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Times of India
Ishanth (Manju Sagar) is on a mission to end the naxalite menace. He visits their hideout and wins in freeing a deputy commissioner who was kidnapped by them. Eventually he becomes the target of naxalites and the head of the group (Muni) vows to kill him. However in the end, as custom suggests the hero wins the battle.
For those who are looking for some music and masti, director Manju Sagar, who does an all-rounder performance by donning the role of the hero, producer and dialogue writer, tells a love tale too. When not busy fighting naxalites, Ishanth finds time to meet Ibbani (Ramanithu Chaudhury) at her friend's place and becomes close. She is engaged to Sagar (Jeevan), however, cupid-stricken Ishanth is determined to win her heart.
The storyline sounds promising but the movie falls flat due to poor narration. Though set in picturesque Malnad background and stuffed with action sequences, the director fails to keep the viewers hooked throughout the climax. The worst part is the unbearable background score which drowns most dialogues.
Manju Sagar is good in some sequences. Ramanithu Chaudhury doesn't fit her character. Music by A R Ravish and camera work by Pradeep Gandhi are average.
Deepak (Prateek) is looking for a job but is not ready to give up his casual attitude. Wherever he works, he incurs the wrath of his boss for his inefficiency to handle the assignment. Be it working on a new project or deal or taking foreign delegates to a village, Deepak along with his friend Manoj (Sunil) somehow manages to goof up.