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Times of India
Three petty criminals lead happy go lucky lives. When one of the three falls in love, he decides to help her out of her financial mess. The trio embark on a heist that gets them embroiled in a soup that they didn't expect to be in. Will they emerge successful?
This S Narayan directorial is a remake of the small budget Tamil heist thriller Rajathandiram. Most of the scenes in the film are retained akin to the original, but where the film falters is with the performances of some of the key actors.
This film has a clever screenplay that readily impresses. So the team of this Kannada remake had their job half done already. The film is about how three small time criminals embark on a mission to loot one of the biggest jewellery showrooms in the city for personal reasons. As they move ahead in the mission, the end up being trapped in trickier situations that they had originally envisioned. The mine games begin in the second half, but it seems rather slow for a film of this genre.
Technically, the film fares pretty decently. But the problem arises when the makers here try to give the hero excessive commercial traits, instead of keeping the heist drama subtle. Anoop Revanna has an author-backed role, which he tries his best to perform well. While we see an improvement from his debut film, Anool does need to work on his dialogue delivery. Newbie Ritiksha is cute, but she doesn't compare much to Regina Cassandra's performance in the original. The other problem lies in terms of the baddies. They seem rather lacklustre and aren't menacing at all to evoke the tough duel.
The film has some decent moments though, and you could choose it if you're interested in seeing some clever screenwriting.