Director N Govardhan's Kannada movie Nirdoshi, which was delayed for six months by Censor Board over amateur (pornographic) elements, has finally hit the screens. The director has chosen a wonderful story for the film, but he seems to have failed in presenting it on the screen.
Nirdoshi, which is partially inspired by The Hulk, is a sci-fi thriller. The film revolves around the invention of a tablet by a scientist that can increase the life span of human beings. The film has interesting storyline, but the week and predictable script and poor narration spoil it.
Deshmukh (Kulbhshan Kharbanda) is a scientist and he experiments his new medicine on a medical student called Vijay (Piyush). But due to the overdose, he goes wild and murders three girls (Richa Chaddha, Arya and Anjali) including his lover after raping them. Finally a police officer, who is the brother of his lover, takes in-charge of Rasagulla operation. What happens next will be an interesting story.
As for as the characterisation is concerned, Govardhan has chosen newcomers, who have utterly failed to do justice to their respective roles. Their poor performances fail to convince the director's intended message in several sequences. Kulbhushan is the only actor, who seems to be successful in filling life in his role in the film.
Govardhan has also scored music for the film, which is average. But cameraman Divakar has done a commendable job. Although Nirdoshi is a science fiction, there is nothing scientific about the film, which can be ignored. If you want to watch it, make sure that you won't take your kids with you.
Cast: Piyush, Richa Chaddha, Arya, Anjali, Kulbhshan Kharbanda and others