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Times of India
Three youngsters are convicted for a crime and sent to the Madikeri District Prison. With no chance of them getting out scotfree, they have to escape from the prison. The story follows their big escape plan, which is hand-in-glove with the strict jailor. Do they succeed?
There's something exciting about prison break films. They evoke sympathy, anger and many other emotions through the course of the film and, when well-narrated, they manage to keep you on the edge of your seat. Keerthi's The Plan too is quite impressive. The treatment is fresh for the Sandalwood viewer and the film's narration style ensures there's less room for fatigue for the audience.
It has been long since film noir outing on the Sandalwood screen and director Keerthi has given the audience something that is worth cheering for. Another big plus point is the film has Ananth Nag in a very interesting role -- and his portrayal is a lesson for any acting aspirant, where they can understand the nuances of subtlety required for such roles.
The film also doesn't have songs, which is a risk the filmmaker has taken and it has nearly paid off. The film, which deals with the story of four engineering dropouts, one dead and the other three in prison, also has a message for the youngsters.
When people complain that there aren't quality films being made in Sandalwood and instead look towards other industries, one wishes they paid half as much attention to films like this, which show that with adequate support, young makers here can deliver cinema of good standards.