Challenging star Darshan is one Sandalwood actor, who knows very well about what the audience like to see in a film. We know that he has used all the commercial elements in a proportional way in his previous films. Now, he has teamed up with newcomer director R Raghuraj, who is basically a reporter. His latest movie Boss is not an usual Darshan movie. It is both class and mass film and Darshan rocks the screens with a different look in it.
Boss is an action film and Darshan's wonderful performance is the major attraction of it. Other highlights are Raghuraj's interesting story, Rekha's glamour, Rangayan Raghu and Bullet Prakash's comedy, V Harikrishna's music Krishnakumar's picturisation. One thing is missing in the film that is usually Darshan films will have punch dialogues, but this movie lacks punch dailogues except a few dialogues like "Rahashya andre adu obbarige gottirutte, adre adu igaa nammibargu gottu. Adu rahashyavagi ulibekandre ninirbardu....."
Darshan has chosen a revenge drama in the film Boss for which Raghuraj has penned story, screenplay and dialogues. The story is all about twin brothers Ram and Raj. It deals with how Raj finds out the murderers of his elder brother Ram and takes revenge against them. Director is successful in blending this suspense thriller with all the commercial element in it. Besides having an excellent storyline for the film, the director has got amazing grip on the tempo of the film, which is very dynamic and nowhere it makes audience feel bored. The movie begins with the introduction of both the characters of Ram and Raj and the story finds a new twist with the entry of a CBI officer at the end of first half. The second half is full of suspense and serious story and the twist in the climax is wonderful.