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Times of India
A girl has been wronged by some goons and the police and she is traumatised. Unable to see his friend being dejected in life, a friend takes law into his hands and sets out to raid the Venkatapuram police station to avenge the girl in the backdrop of a murder mystery.
When ACP Ajay Verma (Ajay) is handed over the reigns of a crucial investigation into the massacre of policemen at Venkatarpuram police station, he exudes the confidence that he can crack the case.
He, during his initial investigation, learns that an unidentified man had entered the police station and shot dead all the constables before putting a bullet into a sub-inspector’s head. Later the same suspect goes on to kill another two constables of the same police station at a different place.
Only one constable, who survived the attack, can narrate what happened. Smart as he is, ACP Ajay cracks the case and apprehends the killer, but this is where the tale takes a turn.
Ajay tells the police commissioner that an encounter is the only viable solution instead of the routine procedures as more often than not the guilty walks free after serving few years in prison.
The suspect Ajay apprehends is Anand (Rahul), a pizza delivery boy. Anand too has a past; from here on the story runs in flashback. Anand had once rescued Chaitra (Mahima), a young college student, from hooligans. But later Chaitra is found dead on the RK beach and it sets the tempo for the film.
Director Venu Madikanti executes his plot well and makes full use of his creative imagination. So if there are questions popping up in your mind in the middle of the film, it is best not to entertain them but wait for the story to take it’s course.
We are given to understand or led to believe that Chaitra is murdered. And two college friends of Chaitra tell the police that it is Anand who was last seen with her. Anand gets entangled in the investigation with all the evidence pointing towards him as the murderer.
Rahul has a good physique but the director allows him to show-off and flexes his muscles only when it matters. Rahul has very few dialogues in the film which in a way works in favour of the crime thriller. A neat performance by Rahul coupled with Chaitra’s stellar performance, makes it an enjoyable watch.
However, it’s the unusual climax which is the highlight of the movie, and we would suggest you to be patient and wait for it.