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Makes too much noise..!!

K.S. Ravikumar from the South, who makes his debut in Bollywood. should have chosen a better subject to make a grand entry in the big world of Hindi cinema. Knowing that B-Town is not just about action, drama and comedy, but a story also matters, Ravikumar picked a very dumb plot to make a start in Bollywood.

A remake of the South film 'Saamy' starring Vikram, the film is a mix of Chulbul Pandey a.k.a. Salman Khan's 'Dabanng' and Ajay Devgn's 'Singham', but in an extra dramatic and silly way.

Rudra (Sanjay Dutt) is a tough and charismatic Deputy Commissioner of Police of a small town called Amalapur in Hyderabad.

His mission statement is to, clean up the city of the scum of the earth and make sure that the public live in peace undisturbed.

Seeing his macho looks, brave heart and honest nature, Sehar (Prachi Desai) an unconventional beauty falls in love with him.

But off the record, Rudra adapts a new policy of adjusting with the local goons so that he can serve the people in an effective way.

Nagori Subramaniyam (Prakash Raj), is an underworld don(Kingmaker) who has the total control of Southern states, both in politics as well as Rowdyism.

The film is very violent, where one is seen screaming louder than the other. The action sequences are just silly and the story is just a mix of sound and fury and nothing else.

The stuntmen have a meatier role to play than the main characters. The latter just walk in and out of the picture shouting out a few lines and making it sound like a war-ground.

As if the cop and crook story wasn't bad, the director decided to add romance and how?

Prachi Desai acts like a doll working on batteries with a start and stop button. Sanjay Dutt never-the-less is an actor who delivers, but this time, it's just a faint attempt.

Overall, 'Policegiri' is not worth it.

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