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Times of India
A near-perfect concoction of action and romance, Power*** is the ideal Ganesh Chaturthi gift for Puneeth Rajkumar fans.
A remake of Dookudu (Telugu), Power packs quite a punch. It traces the life of an honest cop who takes on underworld dons, who try to kill his MLA father. Starring many senior actors of Sandalwood, the pacy drama has a lot to offer the audience — from action-packed sequences to lively narration.
The story revolves around Bharath Kumar (Puneeth Rajkumar), a police officer who's pursuing underworld don Naik (Kelly Dorji), who operates from Spain and Mumbai. Naik and his henchmen had tried to kill Bharath's father Krishnaprasad (Shivaji Prabhu), an honest MLA and a staunch follower of thespian Rajkumar. Circumstances force Bharath to act as an MLA, a reality show director and a cop, three roles which he portrays with finesse. While in Spain, Bharath falls in love with Prashanthi (Trisha). But how he plans to eliminate Naik and company forms the mainstay of the plot. The mass entertainer ends in a gripping climax.
Power is Puneeth's show all the way. He jumps, fights, runs, shoots and romances, and deserves accolades specially for the action sequences. Trisha doesn't have much to do. Rangayana Raghu, Sadhu Kokila and Sharath Lohithashwa provide comic relief. Shivaji Prabhu does justice to his role. While cinematography by AV Krishnakumar is spellbinding, music by SS Thaman is good.
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.