Hundredth films have generally been not lucky enough for even top super stars of the Kannada film industry. But in the case of actor Sharan who has turned producer with his 100th film, reverse seems to have happened. Rambo is not only a surprise packet for the fans, but a typical comedy thriller which has lots and lots of surprises. The film is quite engaing from start and finish and the second half is just brilliant. The narration has elements of surprise, comedy and some realism thrown in. Hats off to producer Atlanta Nagendra, actor Sharan and the director Srinath who has written a very interesting script to engage the audience in full measure. Rambo is certainly a full meals for the fans. With top class technical work of cameraman Krishna, music director Arjun Janya and superb editing, the credit of weaving a tight script should go to the director. His choice of locations and the twists he provides in the story from time to time makes it a thoroughly enjoyable fare to watch.
The combination of Sharan and Tabla Nani walks out with honurs. Sadhu Kokila and Rangayana Raghu have also done their best in evoking laughter among the audience. The film's heroine Madhuri oozes some sex appeal in the songs and a few sequences. Veteran actor Umesh is top class in his cameo role.
You will not find a minute of boredom in the film with continuous laughter from start to finish. The dialogues written for the film by Tabala Naani in a few sequences are appropriate.
Rambo provides you full satisfaction of seeing a good film. Watch it and you will be happy to recommend it to your friends too. If you watch it with your girl friend, then nothing like that as she will to too pleased with your choice.
A worth watch and film needs to be encouraged not only for fantastic songs, but a thrilling story and climax.
Forget the logic, Enjoy the Magic.