'Bharath Mata Ki Jai' - A youngster in the Indian Army Captain Bharath who punishes the criminal activities of terrorist gang is sentenced to life imprisonment in Indian law.
What is disgusting in the days of 'Kasab' is that even in cinematic presentation the law is supreme. Major Srinivas Pujar as a retired army officer stitching a nice story, taking daring steps in the screenplay and investing for his son Sandesh as hero has done a convincing job.
The grand scale for this film is missing. This kind of film should have got financial energy to come up in the Indian standards instead of regional standards. Yet the contents, concern, creativity and sincerity are appealing.
Shourya Chakra medal winner Captain Bharath (Sandesh) is feeling disgusted when a terrorist is left free when Air India Place is hijacked. In his next hung Captain Bharath not only put down the terrorist gang but also goes to the hideouts to demolish the activities. In his third attempt - not on order from his seniors he comes in disguise as Salim and for putting down every criminal in the terrorist gang he puts a stamp 'Jai Hind'.
Captain Bharath is declared dead after his second operation. He has escaped using his brain and a pen drive in his hand has the details of terrorist activities. He seeks his wife Dr Anjali (Pooja Gandhi) support in his third valiant drive to demolish the hideouts of terrorists in Bangalore.
As a responsible army official Captain Bharath surrenders and he gets the nasty judgment of Life Imprisonment.
Major Srinivas Pujar 'Jai Hind' puts several questions to the law makers. The judiciary is so helpful to the terrorist activity of this Indian continent is the conclusion. The people verdict that Captain Bharath should be set free does not reach the ears of judiciary.
Sandesh is brilliant. He has given good dialogue delivery and looks fit for this role. He looks a Chaco too. In close ups he looks very sweet like 'Amul Baby'. Pooja Gandhi as a doctor in this film has given a good support. Ramesh Bhat as father, Shobaraj as terrorist are OK.
Cinematography is convincing. The actual Army training places and Vandematharam song are well captured by Suryakanth Honnalli.
Krishnavardhana Kulkarni banked on the old popular tunes. One Hindi and one Kannada film tunes he has picked shamelessly.
This is worth watching.