For the third time, Sunil Shetty and Ashok Honda have come together. Their previous releases were "Anth" and "Rakshak". Krodh is a remake of the Telugu movie Hitler, which itself was adapted from a Malayalam movie. The movie gave a fresh lease of life to the megastar Chiranjeevi whose career was in doldrums. However, it appears Sunil Shetty is not so lucky.
Karan (Sunil Shetty) has five sisters (Sakshi Shivanand, Sashi Sharma, Pooja Seth, Tanya, Dimple Ghosh), to whom he is father, mother, friend, guide, guardian, God and what not. When any roadside Romeo casts his evil looks on his sisters, he becomes their rakshak and shows them their anth.
But his sisters are no less either. While they don the masks of traditional Indian teenage girls in his presence, behind his back they see to it that their clothes remain above their knees. Raj (Apoorva Agnihotri) and Prem (Johnny Lever) select two among the available five girls to fall in love with, and naturally earn the wrath of possessive Karan. Karan also hates his father Balwant (Kader Khan), whom he believes to be the cause of his mother's death.
Inspite of so many females in the movie, the director is still not satisfied. So he introduces Pooja (Rambha), Raj's sister, who loves Karan. Karan keeps her at a distance to set an example to his sisters. Poor guy! He is unaware how they carry on with their love lives at his cost.
Advocate Varma (Mohan Joshi), father of Pooja, and Kabra (Rami Reddy) indulge in nefarious activities. Karan catches munna, Kabra's brother, redhanded, and sends him to jail. To seek revenge Kabra creates misunderstanding among Karan and his sisters. The rest of story revolves around setting things right and Karan seeking revenge on Kabra.
Though the first half is good, the story loses the hold over the audience in
the second half. The film has excessive doses of emotions and sentiments. Sunil
Shetty puts up mysterious expressions on his face in emotional scenes. He appears
more comfortable in the action sequences. The music is average, with a few songs being
hummable. In the end one feels Sunil Shetty is better in either action films
or in good comedies like Hera Pheri.