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Times of India
The story revolves around the trials and tribulations in the protagonist's life. While on one side he has to battle the system to realize his dream of being an honest police officer, the other side has him wooing and getting his heroine.
Director K Ramanarayan has taken one of the most told tales in commercial cinema, that of an honest person's tryst with the system that wants to oppress him. The film, though, is not jaded and offers some good punch, thanks to some clever writing, especially dialogues, and a memorable performance from Vinod Prabhakar, who has been desperately looking for that one film that salvages his innings in the Kannada film industry.
The story, itself, revolves around the hero's ambition to become a police officer, and the many struggles he has to face in the process from the corrupt system. A romance, as the byproduct of commercial cinema, ensures there is a breezy comical relief from the rest of the fiery happenings.
When it comes to the acting honours, Vinod proves his mettle and will be a treat to fans of commercial cinema, especially those of his father. Chikkanna is the other show-stealer, with his impeccable comic timing.
Watch this film if you love your dose of masala-laden commercial cinema, for it promises just that - entertainment with no strings attached.