Story: A fun filled tale, the story begins with Padmanabhan (dileep) who is famous for arranging people and processions in political events. His life takes a turn when he is injured in a bomb attack during one such event. With some incidents, he also becomes close to the Raja of Thiruvinthancode and an enemy to the land mafia don Prakasham (sayaji). In this process, Padmanabhan is helped by a doctor Aathira (archana) and a journalist Reema (mythily)
Presentation: The director has come up with a masala storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was quite entertaining. The dialogues were well written. The script was average but the screenplay made it appealing. The background score was melodious and two songs were worth watching. Cinematography was apt. Editing was required during the second half. Costumes were well designed while the art department was natural. Dileep has carried the film very well and he is a treat to his fans. Sayaji Shinde was mean enough. Archana Kavi was good. Mythily was seductive. Ananya was neat. Nedumudi Venu was natural. The others did their bit as required and added value.
Conclusion: It has been quite a while since the commercial audience saw a racy entertainer with punch dialogues and witty scenes. This was fulfilled through the film. The first half was quite smooth and had good moments. The interval bang was neat. The second half got dragged a bit but still the feel was maintained. Overall, this is a film which has got enough material to enjoy. At the box office, this will be a sure shot profit grosser. Bharatstudent verdict: An enjoyable entertainer packed with commercial elements, watch it