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Critics Review

  • Three things that will remain in your mind once you come out of theatre after watching Anna Bond are: action sequences, dances and performances of Puneet Rajkumar and Rangarayana Raghu. Well, despite the storyline being wafer-thin, Suri's screenplay succeeds in making audience to sit and watch the movie to the end.

    The crime activities in the city dramatically drops with the arrival of a man called Anna Bond (Puneet Rajkumar) creating sensation and bringing relief to the people. The surprising point is that the goons shockingly admits their mistakes in public raising a serious debate in media. Now, a flashback takes us to Anna Bond alias Bond Ravi's past where he sees Meera (Priyamani) for the first time and falls for her at the first sight. It also introduces us to his sidekick Chapathi aka Chapathi Babu and Meera's sister Divya (Nidhi Subbaiah).

    By the end of first half, the bond between Ravi and Meera gets stronger and drug mafia Charlie (Jackie Shroff) arrives in the the second phase. The baddie tries to attack Major Chandrakanth (Avinash), who is the father of Meera and Divya but Ravi saves him. The real story of the movie begins now where an ordinary man turns Anna Bond. The remaining part should be seen on-screen.
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