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Times of India
The young police officer in khakhi gets kicked around too much - getting transferred as many as 22 times in five years time. Since he's not pliable, they shunt him out of the state itself and he lands a Mumbai posting. He gets kicking even there though it is no easy task. But he will go for the kill.
Vijay Khanna (Ram Charan Tej) takes his uniform seriously, as seriously as he should. He gets cracking when a deputy collector is set ablaze when he is capturing the illegal activities of the oil mafia on his mobile phone. Mala (Priyanka Chopra) who flies down all the way from New York for a friend's wedding is an eye witness to the murder and informs the police.
ACP Vijay Khanna tells her that she is not permitted to leave the country because she will have to be a witness in the case. Mala is furious but the ACP makes arrangements for her to stay with him in his own house.
After an initial clash with the local strongman, Sher Khan (Srihari), ACP Vijay Khanna ends up friends with him and takes his help in trying to identify the culprits in the deputy collector's murder case through Mala's description.
The killer is caught and is in the police lock-up but just before he can be taken to the court, he is found killed in the police station. ACP Vijay Khanna is shunted out because of the incident and subsequently even suspended when he goes beyond the `boundaries' of his jurisdiction in cracking down against the oil mafia.
Stripped of his uniform, the ACP actually starts enjoying his new found freedom. But he won't rest until he gets to identify the big don Rudra Pratap Teja (Prakash Raj) running the oil mafia.
It is thanks to the information provided by crime reporter Jay Dev (Tanikella Bharani) that Vijay Khanna gets to know who the kingpin of the oil mafia is. The mafia steals petrol and diesel from tankers and sell them adulterated to industries and petrol bunks. It is a Rs 1,000-crore turnover per year business. Rudra Pratap Teja meets a gory end at the hands of the angry young suspended ACP Vijay Khanna who also realises that it was he who killed his parents several years ago.
Director Apoorva Lakhia's intention probably was to give Ram Charan Tej a larger than life size image. He succeeds. Never mind your feeble protests at having to watch violence all through the movie - if the protagonist who declares that it is a `one man show' and is happy doing his job, you are there to just sit back and stay glued to the screen - remember you paid for it.
It is just in one scene that our hero smiles - when Mala does a funny thing with his blazer. There's some adult attempted comedy between Rudra Pratap Teja and his Mona Darling (Mahie Gill) but it falls flat beyond a point. Prakash Raj and Srihari who get meaty roles help stretch the film and Priyanka Chopra's role is a cake-walk for her.
Ram Charan Tej who also debuted with this movie in Bollywood with `Zanjeer', the Hindi remake of the old Amitabh Bachchan starrer, bares his chest, flexes his muscles, shows his anger all through, and in one of the songs declares himself to be the hero of Mumbai. Time will tell.