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Posted date: 2/January/2010

Spreading over three periods -1968, 1992 and 1999 director AMR Ramesh showed how brilliant he is to take up part two of the same film. He has given a good start to the film ‘Police Quarters’ the flow is a bit slow but the end part is appreciable with sacrifice taking notable step. AMR Ramesh could feel ‘Santosh’ with a pretty good name already from ‘Cyanide’.

It is 1968. Avinash and Dharma a Brahmin and Gowda caste are thick friends. Dharma after promotion dies but his son is the protagonist in the film very ‘Tharle’ boy. He has taken four years to complete Pre University. In the Babri Masjid incident communal tension he saves the life of Sonu and that is the starting point of love. Anees seeking help of Dilipraj in his love journey is what leads to some confusion among the elders. But the mother of Anees for the support taken in life from Sonu family has some others plans when she comes to know about the love affair of her son with Sonu. That you have to watch it in the theatres!

AMR Ramesh shooting in some actual locations of police quarters has brought justice to his title and also remained natural in his work.

Sonu tops among all artists in this film. She is bright and bubbling with energy. Aneesh fits perfectly to the role and Dilipraj has given solid performance once again. Avinash, Dharma and Sharanya are adequate.

James Vasanth has given melodious tunes in the beginning of the year. Dwarakanth has done cinematography with lot of effort.

You can watch this film once without fail!

Banner – S Lad Entertainment, Story, direction – AMR Ramesh, Music – Jamesh Vasanth, Camera – Dwarakanath, Cast – Aneesh, Sonu, Dilipraj, Avinash, Dharma, Sharanya and others.

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