Dadagiri showcases the influence of underworld dons and
politics on youth. Filmmaker Joe Simon has succintly presented the
repressed emotions and suppression of the young lad. The
multi-faceted person, B.C. Patil with his magnetic personality is
making a comeback to the Kannada film industry after a long gap
with Dadagiri. He has donned various roles in real life as
a Member of the Police force, actor, director, producer and MLA.
Now he dons the role of an underworld don in Dadagiri.
Avinash plays the role of the crooked politician, who makes use
of the underworld dons to maintain their stand in political world.
However, when the members of the criminal gang get caught by the
policemen, they seek the help of the politicians. The politicians
deny any sort of support, as a result of which the mafia gang turn
against the politicians. On the other hand, the youth raise their
voices against both the politicians and the mafia gang. Krishne
Gowda acts as the youth leader and Seema plays an important role
representing the youth group.
Who is the ultimate winner? Wait and watch the movie that lays
focus on the youth as the pillars of a developed country. The movie
is produced by Srikrishna under the banner of Sri Sai Ram; Joe
Simon pens the story and screenplay.