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Times of India
The message the director wants to convey through the film is unclear. His lack of experience is evident in beginning itself, through some embarrassing oversights.
The story begins with Huchegowda (Sadhu Kokila), a police officer, being transferred to a village which is crime-free. The posting is meant to be punishment. But after he takes charge, the village is rocked by three murders — of a woman called Rangi (Iti Acharya), a village belle, and Beera (Biradar) who had taken on the village head Siddappa (Doddanna) over compensation. Gowri (Sanjana Prakash), daugher of Siddappa, falls in love with Badri (Guru), who is not in good terms with Siddappa. The latter hatches a plan to teach Guru a lesson and all hell breaks loose.
Filmmaker Guru has clearly failed to balance the two roles of actor and director. He should have stuck to one. Though Doddanna fits the bill as Siddappa, his costumes are not in sync with the character. Iti Acharya sparkles as the glam doll. While Sadhu Kokila's act is monotonous, Sanjana Prakash needs a lot of improvement. Camerawork and music are average.
who is in love with Kanchana (Akhila Kishore). A twist happens when Kanchana gets engaged to the son of a politician. Our hero hits the bottle and tries to forget her, but fails. We have another heroine Spoorthi (Mrudula Sathe), an event organizer, who is in love with Sunny and helps him to come out of depression by making him popular as a singer.
The story suddenly takes a curious turn when we come to know that Vishwas was Alam Khan, a Pak-trained terrorist, came to kill minister's son who disguises himself as Ashraf (Amith). The climax has a lengthy 'bhashan' by Alam Khan who gives reasons what made him to take to terrorism.