This is a route run of the mill action fiesta studded with brother and sister sentiment. Interesting is Shivarajakumar’s style of acting and Janardhan Maharshi’s taut screenplay. It is nothing but tit for tat. All for the taming of bad elements by the protagonist Panwala is what interesting.
It is an action feast for the fans of Shivarajakumar. The comedy of Om Prakash Rao and Sadhu Kokila is rib tickling. The songs and cinematography are average.
Paramesha the owner of a Paan stall is affectionate towards his sister. Let anything happen in this world but his sister should not be disturbed. For such a loving brother a police officer misguide and comes forward for a match of his son. This is because the police officer wants to see his son safe. This safety is possible from the hands of Paramesha he knows pretty well. So the onus of his sister and brother in law safety falls on Paramesha which he efficiently tackles teaching Adhikeshava a good lesson of his life.
Hat trick hero Shivarajakumar is pretty good in action, dance and emotional scenes. He is cool throughout in delivery of dialogues. Sonu looks charmer than Survin Chawla. Sharan, Om Prakash, Sadhu Kokila steal the show in comedy.
Only two songs are OK and foreign locations are a treat to watch in the camera work of Veenus Murthy.
Abhimanigalu Devaragalu….has a good feast from Shivarajakumar!
Banner – Aditya Arts MLC
Producer – Aditya Babu
Screenplay, Direction – Mahesh Babu
Cinematography – Veenus Murthy
Music – V.Harikrishna, Cast – Shivarajakumar, Survin Chawla, Sonu, Rekha, Sadhu Kokila, Srinivasamurthy, Ashis Vidyarthi, Chitra Shenoy, Akul Balaji, Sharan and others.