What is bad:
While the concept of the film is just about good, the screenplay pales in front of what could have been done. The movie focuses more on the dances, songs, comedy scenes than creating the relatble or believable emotions. And whenever it tries to create those suspense filled moments, they are spoilt by bad to average graphics or the actors seem disinterested.
What doesn’t work for the film is the logic of Shankar behind choosing Malleshwari to kill his enemy, while his henchmen are good enough to kill his enemy’s other subordinates. Even then, leaving her free takes all the fun away from the story, especially because the ‘forced killer’ meets a police officer one too many times.
Any ‘thriller’ works on two things - raising the anticipation, and breaking almost everyone’s imagination with a twist. It is the second part that the film fails as when finally the twist arrives, it is too clichéd.