The hunt continues... Baba will be back.
That's the last line you read on screen as you leave the theatre. Nagori has just been eliminated by DCP Rudra and the people of Amlapur in Hyderabad heave a sigh of relief.
But before Nagori (Prakash Raj
) can be eliminated, DCP Rudra (Sanjay Dutt
) has to merge with the goons to avoid his transfer. His logic is simple, if he accepts a bribe he will be allowed to continue for long in the current posting as opposed to directly taking on the powerful. This way, he will be able to clean up the city. He is born in Mumbai and brought up in India. He understands the way transfers and the political and government system works. CHECK OUT: Sanjay Dutt to be shown POLICEGIRI in Jail?
There's also Sehar (Prachi Desai
). Her mother is a Hindu and father a Muslim. So whenever her mother gets her a proposal, her father plays spoilsport and vice-versa. So when Rudra wants to marry her, there is no problem. They have found the perfect match. Rudra tells them that his mother is a Muslim and father a Hindu.
There are a few songs and lots of fight scenes, where Rudra single-handedly mauls an army of goons with just his fists, time and again. They, on the other hand come with choppers and sticks and what have you.
Rajpal Yadav comes in to relieve things a bit with his farcical comedy. Mukesh Tiwari and Murli Sharma, both terrific actors who have seen better films, are always seen hovering around Nagori. CHECK OUT: Prachi Desai - from girl next door to hardcore action girl