(Punit Issar) is a military officer. He has twins called
Ranjith and Giri. Ranjit is very responsible kid with
bright attitude. Giri is more of an innocent carefree
guy. Chakravathy feels that Giri is a liability for
his family. Chakravarthy goes into oblivion for 14 years.
And the kids grow up. Ranjith becomes a powerful and
honest police officer. Giri continues to chill out with
his friends circle in that little hamlet. GK (Mukesh
Rushi) is a powerful mafia man who smuggles fire arms
to anti-national elements and Ranjith busts his animations.
GK want to take revenge on Ranjith's family. The rest
of the story is all about how Giri raises to the occasion
to save lives of hundreds of people and earn much-deserved
respect and love from his father.
Bala Krishna: Bala Krishna donned two contrasting
characters in this film. He is excellent in both roles
and shown the much required divergence and versatility.
Bala Krishna exudes village-type innocence in Giri character
and exhibits stylish charm in Ranjith character. His
dances in 3rd song are free-flowing. However, he did
not get proper occasion to unleash his powerful dialogues
in this film.
Charmme did the role of a village belle. She is extremely
cute and attractive in half sarees and long hair. Katrina
Kaif suited her role well. She has got certain sophistication
and class attached to her. And she is a perfect fit
for that role. She put on a little bit of weight which
made her look more appealing.
Punit Issar is adequate
as the father. Raghu Babu
gave some comic relief. Mukesh
Rushi and Rahul Dev
are efficient. Kota is
good. Tanikella Bharani
got a good character. Subba Raju
and Benarjee are OK.
Story of the film is about how a guy replaces his twin
brother to prove his efficiency and integrity to his
father. Such a mature father hating his kid for silly
reasons - which forms the base of storyline - looks
unconvincing. Giri character replacing all powerful
Ranjith also appears pretty archaic.
- direction: Screenplay by Paruchuri brothers is
adequate in the first half, but goes for a toss in second
half. Director Jayant injected certain amount of stylishness
in the characterization of police officer, but he could
not handle the script properly. The narration is slow
in first half and contrived in the second half.
departments: Photography by Ajay Vincent is good.
Music by Mani Sharma is excellent. The picturization
of Dikki Dikki is the best. The digital color grading
added a lot of style to the texture of the film. Dialogues
by Paruchuri brothers are average. Art work by Ashok
is adequate. Fights by Vikram Dharma are OK. Production
values by PB Art Productions banner are very good.
First half of the film is decent as it sets foundation
for the story. The second half is a let down. The main
assets of the film are Bala Krishna and music by Mani
Sharma. The negative points are inefficient handling
of second half and screenplay. Bala Krishna's amazing
ability of dialogue delivery was not utilized well.
We need to wait and see how it fares at box office.
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