What is bad:The director wastes too much time in the first half on silly pranks and comedy. Nitin speaks about 10 lines in the entire first half and probably 10 more in the second and not one of them have an impact. The heroine's character sways between being silly and being mushy. Nagababu, Kovai Sarala and Ramyakrishna are wasted. Kota is good as the baddie, but we have seen him enough number of times in these roles. Brahmanandam evokes a few laughs in the first half, only because it is him in the scenes and not because the writing is good or something like that. The director concentrated greatly on the presentation of the movie and succeeded in that aspect, but the illogical story and ill developed characters ruin the impact. Music is also a drag and though the songs are picturized very stylishly, nothing stays in mind after you have walked out.
Me Thinks: Two days, two avoidable movies. Nitin needs to be careful in the selection of his scripts if he is serious about his comeback. Stay away from this one, not worth the time or effort.
Tailpiece: Every time Nitin enters the scene, there is a group of guys and girls standing in choreographed poses behind him. And all the cadets nonchalantly drink and smoke in the campus, none of them get a haircut and the training officers are shown to be dummies and yet, at the end of the training all of them become sincere police officers. Almost insulting the intelligence of the audience.