Danish plays the title character of Nograj, a narcissistic crazy politician who exploits a city and its resources. The film is about Nograj's aspirations to becoming the MLA in the upcoming elections and the opposition he faces.
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Nograj (Danish Sait) is an extremely dishonest Corporator of a fictitious constituency called DS Nagar, whose MLA Jagatprabhu F Kumar aka JFK treats corporators as his servants. The film is about Nograj's aspirations to becoming the MLA in the upcoming elections and the opposition he faces. He has to figure out a way to overthrow MLA JFK and face Arun Patil, a charismatic businessman who goes by the book in the upcoming elections.
The writers of the film Danish and Saad met Producer Pushkar who agreed to make the film on its first narration. See more »
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Not worth the Hype
The movie isn't a great debut for Danish Sait. Though his acting has been (marginally) good, the film fails to capitalize on the hype it created. To be frank, you can hardly find scenes make you laugh. Just a couple of scenes are fine for a laugh. The videos uploaded on the internet by Danish Sait were much more laughable than the ones in the movie. The gay characters in the movie have no groove in the movie, but shows the mediocrity of the characters in the movie.
The character Monjunath and Lavanya have been potrayed well. Some scenes in the movie which Danish potrays have no realism, like that which he does in the powering the D.S Nagar area, where he enters a random family. Puneeth Rajkumar enters the movie in a college function, which was perhaps only added when the producers realized that movie wouldn't do much in the Box Office.
Saad Khan could had done much better, but thanks to other co-directors who have made it enough bearable to watch once. There is one scene in which Danish Sait couldn't speak Urdu properly, which is actually his mother tongue. If you are a Danish Sait fan, you may only like to forget the movie after you watch for once.
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