Technical Departments :
V Harikrishna’s music is alright; however the lyrics sound a little fuzzy. It’s hard to understand most of the lyrics. One of the songs which has hundreds of people joining at every corner is well-choreographed. Fights are very well-composed throughout the film. The cinematography by Ashok Kashyap is good and the production values in the film are rich. Rockline Venkatesh, the producer of the film seems to have spent quite a lot in shooting the film in London, Dubai apart from using some high-end cars and bikes in several scenes in the film. Dialogues are witty and hard hitting at times. Upendra not only succeeds in pointing fingers at corrupt politicians and others who have been plundering the wealth, but also proposes a solution to end this problem. Although it seems preposterous in the beginning, the idea makes sense once it begins to sink in and for that he deserves applause.
Final Point :
Sometimes, more than anything else, the idea which a film tries to showcase makes more impression than the film itself. Upendra’s latest film falls in that category. The film’s biggest strength lies in its noble intentions and execution of the storyline. The story does have its ups and downs; however all is well with anything that ends well. Do watch the film, you might just end up being a little more wiser.