Bharath/Bachchan (Sudeep), an honest realtor, gets caught by the police after killing a police officer and a doctor. In the interrogation room, he enumerates the events that took place beforehand for him to take the law into his own hands and kill them. Bharath had stopped a rowdy (P. Ravi Shankar) from conning an old couple of their property and had gone to give a complaint to the superstitious inspector Mahesh Deshpande (Ashish Vidyarthi) along with Anjali (Parul Yadav) who was in cahoots with the rowdy. He enrages Bharath who hurts his hand by smashing the window of a car and they get treatment from an eccentric Dr. Srinivasa Iyengar (Nassar) who advises him to never eat sweet/sugar items in his entire life and stalks him everywhere and makes his life a hell. Deshpande stops the marriage of Bharath and Anjali after falsifying a video between Monica and Bharath in a jewellery store and a heartbroken Anjali kills herself. All these circumstances push Bharath over the edge and makes him murder the doctor and the officer. But, the story doesn't end there and has a lot more twists.
This is a blockbuster project for one of the best actors, Sudeep, pure and simple. Over the top action, comedy, supporting actors from different languages, cool dialogues, extravagant song and dance routines (a couple of songs are fantastic - Sadaa Ninna Kannali being my favourite) and too many love interests for the hero are all present. The first half of the movie is absolutely trippy and so absurd that if I wasn't watching with family, who were all thinking that this was a stupid movie by that point and laughing their butts off, I'd have turned it off. The characters aren't believable and they still expect us to believe that this is a fully functioning family. This movie has twists at three different points. At the final twist, they literally ask the audience to forget everything that happened beforehand. These things aren't the marks of a competent director. There's literally no chemistry between Parul and Sudeep and her jealousy whenever a girl comes close to Bharath was painful to watch. You don't marry someone you don't trust. The final part also has flaws, but it is the most well-realized aspect which gives a lot of sense to the events of the rest of the movie and makes it almost worth watching. I definitely have to re-watch this again someday to analyze it better though. You may wonder why they didn't just make the last third into a full-fledged movie since it has such potential, but that would be too much to ask. Just turn your brains off for this one.