The movie portrays a dark theme and tries to justify violence as a means to curtail crime that are not really effectively handled in the legislature of the country. Leaving aside whether I buy the argument or not, there isn't a good attempt made in the first place. Screenplay is too slow for what could have been an excellent thriller. The plot has enough details and has been etched meticulously. The characters are not, unfortunately. Music by first timer K uses strings well but nothing notable otherwise. Mysskin's characteristic trademark shots like focusing on the feet of the characters and a "dapanguthu" song with some female model showing her hip movements wearing yellow saree and all have grown to irk you. Would be nice if he gives a break to these. Overall, a good movie that could have been great. Definitely doesn't meet the bar that the director set himself with Chithiram Pesadhadi or Anjaadey. Would love to see more such original themes though.