“Nishkarsha” is a heist thriller flick scripted by L. R. Ranganath Rao and directed by Sunil Kumar Desai Born in North Karnataka, Sunil Kumar Desai is a we >> Read More... . The film features “ Vishnuvardhan Vishnuvardhan was born in Mysore. He attended high >> Read More... ,” Anant Nag Anant Nagarakatte was born in the year 1948 on 4th >> Read More... , BC Patil, Ramesh Bhat Ramesh Bhat is the most familiar face in Kannada t >> Read More... , Suman Nagarkar Suman Nagarkar is an Indian Kannada Film Actress. >> Read More... , “ Avinash Avinash is a Kannada actor, who has starred in Sou >> Read More... ” and Prakash Raj Prakash Raj, born on 26th of March, 1965, as Praka >> Read More... . Gunasingh composed the music. P. Rajan cranked the camera and Janardhan R edited the film. Srushti Films produced the film.
Ramakrishna, a bank architect gets kidnapped. The kidnappers torture him to reveal about the bank’s internal structure, safety devices and security systems. After severe torture, he reveals the details. Devraj, the terrorist leader gives orders to his fellow terrorists to get ready to loot the bank, the next day morning. The next day, the bank starts working as usual. A van delivers some parcels to the bank. Meanwhile, Devraj team disables all the security systems in the bank. The parcels contain deadly weapons to control the employees and customers. At the gunpoint, the terrorists, order the manager to open the safety locker. When they start looting, an alarm starts sounding and now, the terrorists get locked. Ramakrishna didn’t reveal about this alarm and hence the terrorists are trapped now. Now, the city is set to alert and the CM sends an anti-terrorist squad to the spot. Ajay, the anti-terrorist squad commando comes to rescue. Meanwhile, some of the hostages plan to escape from the terrorists and get killed. How Ajay saves the rest of the people is dealt with the rest of the plot.
Vishnuvardhan is fantastic with his performance as the commando Ajay. Anant Nag, Prakash Raj and Avinash did their job well. BC Patil excelled as a terrorist.
The script is fantastic and the screenplay is racy. The director has narrated it well. Some of the characters are depicted well and some didn’t have enough strength. Yet, the star selection is neat and they fit well in their roles. The BGM suits well. The cinematography is good. Overall, the film is technically sound with good production value.
What’s Not There?
Overall, the film is a genuine attempt and the high-octane action sequences impress the audience, especially Vishnuvardhan fans!