Shiva, a tribal vagabond lives with his mother in hamlet, stays away from the traditional Daivaradhane and Bhoota Kola legacy due to an unforgettable childhood incident. He is happy loafing around with his friends and doing petty jobs for his landlord. When Forest officer Murali enters the scene, it gives a fresh dimension to the man-vs-nature fight. Can Shiva save the forest from Murali? Or is Murali just a dummy bait cast by bigger fish?

  • Released: 2022-09-30
  • Runtime: 150 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Mystery, Thrillers
  • Stars: Rishab Shetty, Sapthami Gowda, Kishore, Pramod Shetty, Achyuth Kumar, Vinay Bidappa
  • Director: Rishab Shetty
  • vikrantsingh-94857 - 29 April 2024
    Watched it in theatre and fond it ridicules
    I'm puzzled by the high ratings this movie is receiving. While I acknowledge that it incorporates elements of various Hindu cultures, such as Daiv, when you set aside religious influence and view it simply as a movie, it's clear that it's just mediocre, with a decent background music score (though it tends to be overly dramatic).

    The plot is quite predictable and childish, and I found myself losing interest only 30 minutes into the movie. Ultimately, I decided to leave the theater around the 1 hour and 45-minute mark, feeling like my time had been completely wasted due to the unwarranted hype.
  • designercandlesu - 22 October 2023
    Do believe the low rating. They are right. Movie is over hyped badly.
    I caught this movie based on the hype and success and was severely disappointed.

    This movie is utter garbage and not a single God or deity would support killing animals and trees. There is not anywhere shown that the lead is remorseful or thankful or thinking the gifts of God. He simply js arrogantly taking everything. I was empathising with the forest officer but the makers gave him a negative angle. Don't know why. I had to stop the movie midway coz I couldn't tolerate. I get the supernatural aspect but the messaging is absolutely rubbish of killing forest and animals. I had to skip the regressive buffalo and rooster fight as well. How can us as a Hindus, who believe that all living beings are conscious can support hurtful activities like this.