Synopsis: Vijay (Srikanth) realises that the state politicians have evil intention and are joining hands with terrorists. He wants to ensure the public is safe. He starts off on a journey to find and put the terrorists to justice.
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Vijay (Srikanth) realises that the state politicians have evil intention and are joining hands with terrorists. He wants to ensure the public is safe. He starts off on a journey to find and put the terrorists to justice.
All through the movie the audience can see the protagonist Vijay (Srikanth) smoking. There is too much tension that the police inspector is taking. He does not take much time to discover that politicians with evil intentions and the black sheep in the police force have joined hands to carry out nefarious activities. What is most troublesome is that some terrorists have sneaked into Hyderabad and both politicians in power and his own boss are hardly interested in preventing a major attack. They have their own selfish reasons.
Vijay was hardly expecting his friendly boss, DCP Rathod (Vinay Varma) to be part of that clique. And because he rebels, there comes a time when he has to be interrogated by the DCP himself. The sincere officer that he is, Vijay gets help from his other colleagues to accomplish a major task - identify the terrorists and defuse the bombs planted.
Srikanth has shown his calibre in such a role because it is merely a cake walk for him. Theatre artiste Vinay Varma in his role as DCP plays it cool and fits perfectly into the role. He stands out in the scene where he collapses with guilt when his life is spared by inspector Vijay. Through their roles, both Vinay Varma and Srikanth show how the police become pawns in the hands of politicians.
Srikanth is powerful in his expressions when he confronts the home minister and questions him on why politicians do not allow the police to do their job the way it is supposed to be done.
The film is a bit lengthy with no comedy to tickle your funny bone. Kota Srinivasa Rao as the home minister simply lives out the role as this happens to be a familiar territory for him. And towards the end is a surprise actor who shows up - Congress leader Uttam Kumar Reddy. He plays the role of chief minister - reading out a speech. The background score elevates the story narration. We've seen many such movies so this one has nothing new to offer.