Chandra Bose (Srihari) is an innocent farmer in a village.
Lots of farmers in that village commit suicide because
their cotton crop did not sprout. Entire village blames
Bose's father for selling bad cotton seeds to the farmers.
Unable to take the false allegations, Bose's father,
mother and sister commit suicide. Bose runs from post
to pillar to inform the government authorities that
a big pin was involved in distributing duplicate seeds.
But in the process, he gets thoroughly humiliated by
the authorities, concerned minister and the big shots.
dons a new avatar and kidnaps the Home Minister of AP
State (Dharmavarapu Subramanyam). Then he strikes a
deal with police authority to help him in eliminating
the people who harmed their village. Ashoka Chakravarthy
(Vadde Navveen) - a sincere cop - troubles Bose. The
rest of the story is all about how Bose achieved his
Srihari is excellent as innocent farmer in the flashback
episode of the film. Srihari's histrionics in the scene
where he cries at the death of his father and subsequent
humiliation scenes are extremely good. However, his
characterization is not convincing in the remaining
parts of the film. His walking style looks awkward as
Naveen looks better in
this film compared to his recent films. He performed
action episodes reasonably well. But his dubbing for
this film is mediocre. Sanghavi
impresses in certain scenes and looks good in a few
frames. Her characterization in the film is not a well
rounded one. Punit Issar
is wasted in this film except for the climax fight.
It's a typical personal revenge story. But the means
used to take revenge are very illogical. How can the
entire police force become slave to an ultra even if
he kidnaps Home Minister? How come an innocent farmer
transforms into a gun-touting, English-speaking terrorist
in a nick of time?
- direction - dialogues: Bharat fails once again
after Telangana & Film Nagar to get his story narrated
straight. In order to create curiosity and shock value
he narrated the film in a series of flashbacks. But
that technique boomeranged by causing confusion to audience.
The direction of the film is bad except for the main
flashback episode. Screenplay of the film is bizarre.
Dialogues of the film are so so.
departments: Camera work of the film is not up to
the mark. Lighting is not proper. Color grading is haphazard.
Though 'Nelamma Nelamma' song is good the overall music
of the film is average. Background music is loud and
forced dominating the dialogues most of the time. Editing
of the film leaves a lot to be desired. Stunts by Ram-Lakshman
and Raju are impressive.
The positive points of the film are Srihari's performance
and the main flashback episode. The narration of this
film is very contrived. This film suffers from bad direction
and screenplay. You can find one fight every 5 minutes.
This film is just for masses who like heavy duty action
flicks that are devoid of logic and common sense. Others
can safely stay away from it.