Story: A stale tale, the story begins with Sona (adithya) who works for a Dubai based don. He is supposed to be killed by Sridhar (atul kulkarni) who works for the rival don Mutthapa Rai (dharma) who is also very powerful. But Sridhar is in a dilemma because he has a past with Sona and an emotional bonding with him. Meanwhile, the assignment is given to Sridhar’s associate Bachchan (srujan lokesh) and he shoots Sona. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.
Presentation: The director has come up with an old storyline and while the presentation was alright, the narrative was bad. The dialogues were dull, the script was weak and the screenplay was slippery. Background score was upto the mark but songs were unimpressive. Cinematography was the best among the lot. Editing was raw. Costumes were suiting the characters while the art department was apt. Adithya has come up with a decent performance and he gave his full efforts. Atul Kulkarni is fabulous. Akanksha had nothing to do except for songs and glamour. Dharma was alright, Srujan Lokesh didn’t have much to do. The others came and went.
Conclusion: The Sandalwood circuit has been filled with tons of stories linked to underworld so there needs to be some variety in the tale. That was not to be seen here. Just like the hundreds of films, the first half goes around with elements of some romance, action, dance and fights. The second half reveals the melodrama angle but then there was no strong plot for the film to really take off and catch the audience pulse. Overall, this would turn out to be a sinker at the box office.
Bharatstudent verdict: Stale storyline, routine narrative, weak script, can be ignored