It is a war of wills: A captured Pakistan-sponsored terrorist swears he will
destroy the country while a police commissioner (in whose custody the terrorist
is) will not leave any stone unturned to stop the menace that the terrorist
is going to unleash from behind the high security prison. A war of words follows
between the two strongmen and the stage is set to prove their talents.
In the first round, the dreaded terrorist, Wasim Khan (Mukesh Rishi), lives
up to his promise as his moles spread arson in the guise of agitating against
price hike. The bitter experience makes Commissioner Naidu (Vijaykant) extra vigilant and
he soon finds out the modus operandi of Wasim Khan.
He systematically thwarts
the attempts of the terrorist's moles and exposes them one by one. The first
is DGP Jagannath (Raghuvaran), who enables Khan to establish his base in the
city and spread his network far and wide. Naidu kills the DGP and, with the
help of his army, a group of four guys who are his diehard fans, nabs Khan's
This leads him to cross swords with the kingpin of the nefarious network, R
Kumaraswamy, R K Swamy in short (Sri Vasu). One of the ten richest people in
the country, Swamy can not only topple state governments but can destabilise
the Center as well. And Naidu's war of wills shifts from Wasim Khan to R K Swamy.
What follows is high drama.
After a long absence, Vijaykant appears on the scene with his macho image intact (this is a film dubbed from Tamil, where it was called Vallarasu). Unfortunately for him, there is nothing new to offer, though some stunts are
The real point of interest are the vehicles, as many as possible crashing into
each other as rapidly and loudly as possible. It you want to watch the film
for more auto wrecks then you got them, for there are much more than in any
action movie you have seen before. A dubious distinction, to be sure, but it
definitely belongs to Vijaykant.
Except for seeking apologies for her husband Naidu's late homecoming and swearing
not to let Naidu come near her for killing her DGP father, Devyani doesn't have
much to do. An out and out action film sans sentiment, it is a definite crowdpuller,
the front benchers that is. They don't seem to stop the whistles till the end.
On second thoughts it is not a bad movie for the others either, if you can tolerate
Vijaykant and his tirades.