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Rogue Story :
The story is about how Ishaan, who plays the title character, falls in love with Anjali who eventually betrays him. Following which he develops a strong resentment towards women and especially those with the name ‘Anjali’.
Rogue Review :
Rogue directed by Puri Jagannadh is a tale of a young man, played by debutant Ishaan (Rogue), who is a recovery agent by the day and drives an autorickshaw in the night. The movie begins with a sensual song featuring Ishaan and Angela Kriszlinzki (Anjali) shot in a picturesque background. Soon, Anjali, who once was madly in love with Ishaan, dumps him for a police officer making Ishaan resent women.
The crux of the movie revolves around the protagonist’s reason for taking up two jobs and what ensues after Thakur Anoop Singh, who plays a psychopath, crosses his path. Shot in both Telugu and Kannada simultaneously, the film’s plot is set in Kolkata and features Mannara Chopra and Angela Krislinzki as female leads. The first half of the film is all about why Ishaan takes up two jobs and Ali’s perfect comic timing.
When a police constable loses his ability to walk after being thrashed by him, Ishaan realises his mistake and takes it upon himself to help his family financially. To bear the expenses of the constable’s treatment he decides to drive autorickshaw in the night. Music director Sunil Kashyap has done a commendable with the music score and actor Mannara and Angela perfectly fit into the roles they essayed.
Though Ishaan does a pretty neat job being a debutant, it was Thakur Anoop Singh’s spellbinding performance as a psychopath that takes the cake. The young actor’s chiselled body and polished dialogue delivery leave a lasting impression on the audience.
A predictable story line embellished with hilarious dialogues and fine performance, Rogue proves to be an out-an-out entertaining action drama.