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Jeeva (Allu Sirish) leads a happy life with his lover turned life partner Surabhi, until he gets to know his neighbor and their life. The couple witnesses bizarre coincidences and ... See full summary »
Niranjan, a young and ambitious tech-smart guy who holds highly classified government information, tries to evade the government officials who are in desperate need of it. Meanwhile, Shekar, a sincere NIA officer who handled several covert operations on his last day at work, gets involved in the investigation of a murder. His hunt for the murderer leads him to Niranjan, who tries to flee from the murder location.Written by
The beginning of the movie has a hacker escaping from pursuers in northern India somewhere but you can see Georgian writing in the background & white people everywhere showing that in fact it was shot in Georgia & not in India. See more »
This movie is a fool's paradise. Those who don't understand the theme may consider it a masterpiece.
The story of the film is related to the international terrorism, and the mindless Director involves Indian Govt. The censor board strictly prohibited several scenes considering the impression they leave, but the mindless Director took it to press meet and started saying that it's his creative freedom. If it's some other country, they would've never allowed such a movie. The critics who are praising the movie don't have basic understanding of the laws & regulations related to the mining of radio-active elements. It is related to the National security and is not as simple as shown in the movie for some local politicians to mine and sell in an international market.
The NSA officers who couldn't decipher the GPS coordinates (even with a N and E at the end, and already knowing that it's related to a location), the hackers who can replace satellite imagery, illegal mining etc are cliched.
Overall, it's a mediocre attempt at something the writer & Director don't understand fully. A little research would have helped them come up with a better script.
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