What is bad:
The film is interspersed with many scenes that have been shot in a different language, but were later dubbed into Telugu.
By naming the film ‘Chapter 6’, the screenplay writer brings expectations from that particular chapter. However, the first two chapters take too long, with unnecessary twists and flashbacks in themselves to introduce the characters. Add to this few songs, at times at least expected situations make us yawn in our seats.
Though the hope for something interesting is always there, it just never happens. By the time chapter 4 and 5 are complete we just want to get over with the remaining part. When Chapter 6 finally occurs, it makes a futile attempt of giving a message about a social cause.
The timing of many songs (totally 8 songs) is seriously questionable. Also the tag line ‘colors of life’ needs explanation.
All through the film the screenplay writer keeps promising us that his film is a thriller, however the proceedings on screen keep telling us that it is a parody on Telugu cinema! The biggest laugh out loud scene comes at the climax, when a police officer offers a solution to police atrocities – video surveillance in police stations.
That should talk about the intelligence with which the film is made.