Viraj Puneeth Rajkumar is heir to the Raj Group of Companies, yet lives out his house and runs a money-lending business. Harsha, who has followed the original story and introduced more stunt scenes and enough family drama. This is a film truly dedicated to Puneeth Rajkumar's fans by Harsha, who is himself a big fan of the star. After minor confusions, their relationship is accepted by their families. Cinematographer Swamy J brings in some good visuals, although in bits. He has all the good things in life, and falling in love with salsa dancer Nandhini Priya Anand brings the feeling of completeness in his life. Chikkanna, with his extended comedy track, stands out with his performance.
Music director Ravi Basrur plays to the theme of this action drama. Akhilesh Mishra too disappoints with his blink-and-miss role. He seems to have had set a formula in mind, and he has stuck to it religiously for the star's fans. Ramya Krishnan does justice to her role and is the central character in the film. Each actor in the film's ensemble cast makes their presence felt.
It story was inspired by the Tamil flick Poojai, and the Kannada version has its high and low-points. On a parallel track, we see Viraj falling in love with Geetha Rashmika Mandanna. This is Rashmika Mandanna's first movie with Puneeth and she has upped her glam quotient, even while keeping her girl-next-door appeal. Puneeth has played his character with ease and is sure to win over his fans with his charm. For Latest Updates, follow us on Facebook Instagram G + Twitter. Though a familiar plot, Harsha, who is working with Puneeth Rajkumar for the first time, has done a fairly decent job.
Ravi Shankar's cameo appearance as a police officer is noteworthy as well. This is a revenge-and-family drama, and mostly runs on close bond between a mother and son. . Customised for fans of Puneeth Rajkumar, the film is an out-and-out action drama that has the right balance of humour and family drama. It is a commercial movie even from the introductory track. When villains strike, he hits back and the film concludes with a predictable climax. Mukesh Tiwari, the main antagonist, fails to be a powerful counterpoint to the hero.
Once in a while, we get to watch true-blue potboilers and Anjaniputra is one such. Of course, there is the comedy track, especially with Chikkanna and Giri, who are later joined by Sadhu Kokila. Each title is ranked according to its share of pageviews among the items displayed. Just when the story is heading towards a simple family-oriented film, the tale takes a twist. The hero's life changes with one incident and his remaining journey is about proving that he is the ideal son of his father, played by Sarath Kumar. Harsha directorial is a good mix of artistic value and commercial entertainment.
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