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Daksha Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Saturday, April 25, 2015 • Kannada ]
Daksha Review
Dhuniya Vijay, Pankaj, Neha Patil, Rangayana Raghu, Neha Patil, Suchindra Prasad, Shobaraj, Uday, Padmaja Rao, Abijit and others
S Narayan
S Narayan

Title - Daksha, Producer - Sowbhagyavathi, Direction - S Narayan, Music - S Narayan, Camera - Renukumar, Cast - Dhuniya Vijay, Neha Patil, Pankaj, Rangayana Raghu, Bullet Prakash, Uday, Shobaraj, Abijith and others.

The one shot film as credibility ‘Daksha’ created curiosity in the minds. Content wise it is having regular stuff and S Narayan in this action flick disturbs the audience via camera. One camera and one shot film - it is very stressful to the eyes. The camera follows the characters either front or back. That is what the difficulty. The patriotism point is appreciable factor. The characters have supported very well. The charm is missing as the film hero Daksha easily solves the crisis and utters lengthy dialogues in front of terrorists. Justice Venkatesh Murthy and his family is kept as hostage by Mustafa and gang. What they want is a judgment in their favor. That is impossible for Venkatesh Murthy.

How to release the hostages? A lover boy tucked in this house uses a trick. He writes on the tennis ball found in the house as ‘Danger’ that accidentally reaches commando of Indian Army Daksha (Vijay). It is not easy for Daksha to release the justice Venkateshamurthy once Mustafa smells his entry to the house. He ropes in some more armed men to the house to the already existing 12 in his gang. Daksha also faces injury and pretend dead. How he recoups from injury and makes a severe attack on terrorists is as expected. Vijay has come out good in dialogues and action. This is not a challenging role but doing the role in stipulated time is the challenge. Pankaj Karthik son of director S Narayan strikes well. Rangayana Raghu as doctor, Bullet Prakash as thief, Suchendra Prasad as justice, Padmaja Rao as mother have given convincing performance. Two songs in the film are not interesting to hear. This is a film for just record purpose. The Guinness World Record has not yet recognized this one shot film officially.

Score - 5/10

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