The title leaves no doubt that it is an action film. But be prepared to get more than you expect. It is an action extravaganza rarely seen on Kannada screen. More than that it follows the story telling format that has been made famous by Tarantino in Hollywood. If you miss the first scene you will miss the whole film.
The film starts with a graphic narration and then moves on to human characters. Haripriya is caught in a revenge saga. She is saved by Agastya, a mechanic. Gangs after gangs sent to defeat him fail miserably. It is only by interval that it is revealed that Agastya is not what he is made out to be. He has a past that sends fear down the spine of the ad guys. But is Agastya himself a bad guy?
The interest in the film is sustained by some innovative narration and sharp editing.
There are more twists to the story that come up in the second half. Though it is a lively script, much of the story is drowned in the many action scenes and background score. However if you pay attention this is a great film to enjoy which is something very innovative in Kannada despite the violence.
Srimurali makes an amazing comeback and Ugramm should become the beginning of his second innings. Haripriya plays an innocent girl caught in big trouble and is cute to watch on screen.