A software technologist Gururaj after a decade of his profession leaps into Kannada cinema 'Panganama' and his contents, long drawn out scenes, protracted 147 minutes cinema most probably gets him the title he had chosen in the box office.
One thought this Gururaj will be a silent killer on silver screen. He kills the audience patience from the beginning of the film. Except climax in dark background there is nothing that this techie can boast.
To the crimeless village comes inspector Huchche Gowda (Sadhu Kokila). He wants to prove that crime is happening in this village that is dominated by Gowda (Doddanna). The daughter of village chieftain Sanjana Prakash is in love with ruffian Guru. The foul deeds of Gowda irritating for Guru make him to hatch a plot. The revenge of Gowda and Guru takes backseat with series of murders happening in the village. How this murder is unearthed is the climax. Guru looks macho but he has not picked right role for him. Doddanna voice cannot bring audience. Sadhu Kokila has tried his best in comedy and serious role. Sanjana Prakash and Iti Acharya have nothing to boast.
One song is melodious in this film. Camera work from KM Vishnuvardhana is good in parts.
It gives a long yawning frequently and surprising climax.
Score – 4/10