Reels and reels of utter nonsense is the apt way to describe this movie. It
lacks in every department of filmmaking. How can actors and directors make these
kind of films? Don't they have a conscience? The movie has been made with only
one objective in mind: to torture the audience till they leave the theater.
And the director has done an excellent job of it. Right from the very first
scene, you get an overwhelming sense of despair that this is a movie you could
have definitely missed.
Kumar (Sai Kumar) is a moralistic college professor who takes his job very
seriously. He wants each and every student of his to be an ideal citizen of
India. When it is brought to his notice that the college students are being
influenced to take drugs by certain undesirable elements, he puts an end to
this by delivering a seemingly never-ending dialogue on morals. This is one
aggravating feature of the movie, dialogues that never end.
As the movie continues, Kumar notices the degradation of society all around
him (illegal liquor, brothel houses and rampant corruption). He approaches the
city commissioner and explains the current state of the city and appeals to
him to put an end to it all. Action is taken but the criminals are warned in
advance (how original!) and nobody is caught.
A student is raped and killed by the local don's son. When the case is brought
to trial, Kumar is shocked at the ease with which a criminal can evade the law.
At this point in the movie, you feel like screaming to be spared. It would have
taken the storywriter about two minutes to pen this movie.
After experiencing the pitiful state of the judicial system, Kumar urges his
students to reform society. They do this by taking the law into their hands
and destroying all the illegal dens of crime in the city. This brings the wrath
of the underworld on the righteous professor. His dear sister is gang raped
right in front of him. As is expected of the victim in our movies, she dutifully
This is the snapping point for Kumar, and after having long
monologue with the statue of Mahatma Gandhi, he turns into a vigilante with
a costume and the disguise of a super hero. He roams the city at night helping
the oppressed and killing the wrong doers.
From here on the audience is in a state of shock. To make things even more
uncomfortable, another character is introduced into the movie. CBI officer Siva
(Ravi Chandran) is called to catch the elusive vigilante. Siva makes a mockery
of the CBI with his silly portrayal of an officer. The reason for introducing
this character will always remain a mystery. He does nothing but appear in a
few scenes that just don't make any sense.
Kumar rids the city of all the bad elements and Siva gives him a pat on the
back, and tells him to keep up the good work. The story ends and you are left
wondering if your brain has been damaged beyond repair. Watch this movie at
your own risk.