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Times of India
A righteous journalist along with his son fight a covert mission to end the mafia in Bengaluru. Can they prove to be successful in their mission?
There was a lot expected from the team since the lead actors and director are all associated with Pawan Kumar and his film Lucia. But unlike Pawan's atypical tale, this film is a pucca commercial tale which makes its mark at certain points but also misses at times.
The filmmaker has tried his hand at narrating the subject in a non-linear manner. This is interesting, no doubt but the fact that he relies on the usual tropes of commercial cinema is what makes it tedius.
While the maker has tried to be different with the screenplay, the commercial must haves like fights and songs slow down the narrative that should have kept one on the edge of the seat.
The story has been dedicated to journalists and their efforts to report the truth. While the film has a sincere message, one has to suspend belief quite a bit to feel the cause the maker and the hero are fighting.
Lead actor Siddharth Mahesh shows promise, especially in the action scenes. B Ajaneesh Loknath's score is a highlight, as are the dialogues that bring out hoots at regular intervals.
This film is meant for those who like their films with the staple masala fare.