Frame one of Bejawada Police Station starts off with an analytical comparison
between two legal cases. The first shows two youth who loot a busload of passengers
and burn the bus, killing 25, getting away with a life sentence. And the other
shows a man who's stolen two and a half biscuits hounded by the cops, beaten up
and jailed for six months. Jayalalitha figures in the analysis that follows! Wow!
In case you are interested in this prelude, watch it and walk out during the titles. What follows is a dismal attempt at offering a solution to the loopholes in the law. This so-called solution only points out the loopholes in the movie in the areas of common sense, aesthetics, direction and music. We shall refrain from discussing ephemeral topics like acting and editing.
The flick starts off showing Ranga (Keshav), the dashing circle inspector of Bejawada Police Station who fights crime and arrests criminals with a vengeance, constantly frustrated by legal loopholes. He however finds time to sing duets with Shilpa (Shilpa Sivanand), daughter of a Zilla Parishad Chairman. Later, a search for some chain snatchers leads to the Chairman's house, and the next day, jumping to a conclusion, he tells the press that the guy is involved in some hanky-panky. Result, the Chairman jumps to his own conclusion, and Ranga is suspended/fired/disgraced.
He opens a kangaroo police station cum court. Dispensing justice and still finding time for duets, he finally manages to deal with the main culprits he is after, in a fashion that the law would frown upon. He is impeded a bit by Vijay (Brahmaji), a minion of the law. But when Vijay comes to know of Ranga's past, they patch up differences, and the movie ends with Ranga and Shilpa getting married.
Dismal acting, action sequences that draw your attention to the gaps between fist
and jaw, and songs that keep appearing like pop-ups on the net - this is one police
station you need to keep your distance from. If you have already watched it and
want to file an FIR against the director, please stand in queue!