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Policegiri Movie Review

The movie, Policegiri, is star casted by Sanjay Dutt, Prachi Desai and Prakash Raj. The direction to the movie is given by K. S. Ravikumar. The good thing about the film is Sanjay Dutt and the rest other part of the movies are full with flaws. A couple of loo break can be taken in this film. It’s not that the film is bland, but it is not refreshing enough. The film fails to match up to Dabangg- like template level in reference to zing. The power packed flights exhausts the blaze as it lacks fun and the plot is tiresome. 

DCP Rudra, the role played by Sanjay Dutt, is the perfect combo of goon and police and is a menace for wrong doers. He comes as a superher, cleans off Nagarpura and takes on Nagori, whose role is played by Prakash Raj, a local goon with an effective blend of kind heartedness and rowdyism. He falls in love with Seher (played by Prachi Desai) to unleash his sensitive side. The stellar show in the film is pulling off by his unique combo way of tackling crime.

Analysis of Script
This film is another masalathon that uses the most common fodder of the action movies. The charisma of the lead actor plays a very important role in such films. The role of the rustic cop is played with great delight by Sanjay Dutt. But the treatment of the film is very raw and the movie is shabby, loud and doesn’t entertain with a thumping quality.

The film does not display freshness. The script of the film seems half baked and there are endless tributes to the action scenes of Rajnikanth’s movies which gets annoying after a point. Policegiri has a complete packaged script but fails in its style of execution.

Star Performances
Sanjay Dutt plays the role of Rudra with ground breaking thrill. Policegiri shines just because of him and his screen power covers the details wonderfully. Prakash Raj is merely a caricature of his Southern version which depicts him as the eye bulging villain but he fails to command much fear and power. He is a star actor and is capable of much better roles than these. Prachi Desai is smooth in her stint and is an appropriate eye candy.

Direction, Music & Technical Aspects
The director, K. S. Ravikumar, fails to blend much finesse into his film by using the vintage formula. He tries to end up the movie with pure entertainment but the film ends up being bizarre and incorrigible at places. The punches of the movie do not remain memorable and is dull. The film is not boring as at some points it undeniably amuses you but it has shortage entertainment wise. The unconvincing climax of the movie stays flat in the unsubtle demeanour. It is just a mediocre film but not atrocious. The music is also tacky.

The Last Word
Policegiri is frustratingly commonplace. The film is unexciting and unordinary. I will not give more than 2 out of 5 stars to the film.