This is a moderate film from Ramesh Yadav films. Director PN Sathyaa known for giving intriguing moments on screen catches up with a quite an interesting story too and the lead actor Prajwal Devaraj shines throughout film.
The only thing his dialogue should become still tough. There are two lovely compositions from Rajesh Ramanath and the using of Hesaraghatta film city land looks beautiful outfield – thank god at least this film has captured the film city land of Kannada film that is nearly 302 acres.
Kencha to his father Rahul to his mother is one and the same that is Rahul in the academic records. He is so cute and intelligent that he does not leave the first position to anyone. The parent’s day happens to be his parentless day. For earning money overnight and indulging in murder Rahul father is arrested and seeing this his mother dies of heart attack in front of the school.
Rahul is orphan now. His intentions are clear but it is risky. Life is risky but risk taking is his job. He does not like order and border for his decisions. Rahul wins all bets and a portion of it he keeps but majority of it he donates to poor people. Shwetha is his girl friend and he is ready to become her life partner maintaining the steady level. In comes his father Pasupathy (Sharat Lohitashva) and screenplay takes a devious turn. Rahul to win Shwetha makes it very hard.
Prajwal is good when he laughs and raises his left eyebrow. As usual he is like a breeze in action and dances well. Pragna needed improvement in the make up. This is her film before Preethse Preethse. Sharat Lohitashva is at his best once again – the voice without any mixing is startling one from him.
Two songs scored by Rajesh Ramanath are good. PL Ravi has done a convincing job in his camera.