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Times of India
After watching the movie, one gets the impression whether our Super Star has lost touch with the screenplay or the debut director has failed to utilize Uppi's talent properly. With poor narration and silly sequences, the movie looks pathetic and this is not expected from Upendra's movies.
Director MG Srinivas, in his first movie as director, has chosen a good contemporary subject of black money kept in Swiss banks and how a youth struggles to bring it back to India. While Uppi fails to impress with dialogue delivery, Srinivas seems to have struggled to string the numerous sequences. While the narration in the first half is loose, the director brings some semblance to the story in the latter part of the movie. But by that time the damage is already done . There are too many characters, turns and twists in the story which bring about a confused narration.
The story revolves around Basak (Upendra), who takes up the challenge to bring back black money deposited by politicians and bureaucrats in a Swiss bank. But he needs to get the code to bring back the cash. However, the code is known to a beggar (Biradar) who lost his memory after being hit by a temple bell.
With great difficulty, Basak manages to get the first code word - stupid -- written on a piece of currency note. After a great struggle, he gets another two words -- Indians and tax. Assuming that 'stupid Indians tax' is the code word, he rushes to Switzerland to get back the money. But the story takes a turn when authorities ask him for the key code word. Does Basak find out the key code word and bring back the money?
While Upendra manages to do justice to his role, Bhavana is not at all impressive. Raju Talikote bores you with his monotonous dialogues. Mythreyi playing the role of Malashri shines. Except for one song 'Malli malli', the music by V Harikrishna has nothing much to offer.