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Times of India
Kiran is a youngster who cannot see any unjust act around him. His father, an honest official, is disappointed that Kiran whiles away his time and believes Kiran doesn't love him. But, does Kiran's identity have more than just what meets the eye?
This film has a noble cause as its basis, which is to create awareness against the heinous crimes in India against women and finding a solution for them. Sadly, the film doesn't pack in a punch like the socially relevant ones should and ends up being just a lengthy show reel for the hero's talent (or lack of it), for he enters with a fight and then even raps himself for his introduction song before he romances the girl in many ways. The heroine is pretty but seems to find it hard to emote. The cameos from veterans like Bharathi Vishnuvardhan seem pointless for the film misses the mark when it comes to being serious about the issue in focus.
If you are in the mood for unintentional comedy or like to take up challenges of watching new teams deliver, then this film is for you.