Surya is the trusted contract killer in his boss Anna's stable. He does these jobs to support his younger sister's hospital bills, as she is speech and hearing impaired. His boss has one motto, leave no witness alive. But what happens when his sister is witness to a gory murder by his boss?
R Raghuraj, who has previously made Boss with Darshan, has come up with a pucca commercial caper, which has an ample dose of action. With over five long action sequences, this film is meant for the front-benchers who love their dose of heroism and antics. The film sees the launch of a new hero, Viraat, who has the makings of a commercial hero and delivers a decent performance.
The story of this film revolves around Surya, a supari killer, who hides his personal life, a mother and a differently abled sister, from the underworld. He may be the smart, cold-blooded killer on the surface, but gets soft-hearted when he sees injustice. Surya also encounters love through his journey, while he fights corrupt officials, mafia baddies and even terrorists behind the Church Street bombings in Bengaluru.
While the film has some moments that are unpalatable, especially the rather long comic track involving Sadhu Kokila that even has a song, the entire package is a typical commercial film, which works at most levels thanks to good acting and some sharp dialogues.
Sharath Lohitashwa is menacing as the unforgiving Anna and delivers a good performance. Ugramm Manjunath, too, has come up with another winning performance. Newbie Viraat shows promise with his dubbing, dancing and action skills.
This film is for those who like their dose of pure, commercial action drama, which at most times is not meant to be measured with logic.