Story: Brahma (uppi) is one man who commands a lot of respect and fear at the same time. He believes in looting the corrupt and crooked criminals, take their money and use it for good. In this process, he also attacks the international mafia and gets them to justice or leads them to a path of good. This enrages the wife of an international don and she comes to the village where Brahma is staying to kill him. Whether she is successful or not forms the rest.
Presentation: The director has come up with a commercial storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was entertaining. The dialogues were written with the required punch and grip. The script was familiar but the screenplay made it lot better. The background score was melodious and three songs were worth watching. Cinematography was the main strength to this film. Editing was crisp. Costumes were well designed to suit the different backdrops while the art department was majestic. Uppi has given a wonderful performance and he showed his versatility in three roles. Pranitha gave the required visual feast but not much scope for her in terms of performance. Rangayana Raghu and Sadhu Kokila provided the required humor, Nasser was natural, Sayaji Shinde was standard. Rahul Dev was good. Sonu Sood was impact creating. Others did their bit as required.
Conclusion: This is a typical Upendra kind of film which promises not just the required masala but also the good share of entertainment. While the first half goes about with elements of romance, action and some mass masala the interval bang was promising. The second half unravels a different backdrop and it has something for the audience. It is more like a continuation of his earlier movie ‘Super’. Overall, it is a treat for the fans of Uppi and the commercial audience. At the box office, this is going to be a good success.
Bharatstudent verdict: Wholesome masala entertainer in Uppi flavor, can be watched!