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Vikram is an NIA officer. He is on a secret mission to save the state Home Minister Home Minister belongs to the game show genre. Zee >> Read More... from his enemies. While on his mission, he falls in love with the Minister's daughter, Kanthi. During an interrogation, Vikram and his team kill one of the most wanted criminals. What happens next? Was he able to answer his superiors? Was he able to save the Home Minister and his family? What happened to his lady love? All these form the rest of the plot.
Karthikeya's performance is terrific, and his physique is a perfect fit for the cop role. Tanya is a template heroine. Sai Kumar and Tanikella Bharani did their roles convincingly.
The directors will make the script fresh with an engaging screenplay and narration if the script is not new. But, that's not the case here. The film comes with the same old style of falling in love with the heroine and the mission to save her and her family. Even the climax didn't impress. However, the director has shot a forest scene interestingly. The BGM and cinematography are pretty decent.
What's Not There?
With a handful of good actors, the movie team should have tried something better. If the script and screenplay had been better, the actors' performances could have got justice.