Rustum Kannada Movie Review Rating: The Rustum is an action thriller that revolves around fearless police officer played by Shivaraj Kumar. The challenge for him is to fight against the corrupt system and clean up the criminal elements. the Rustum Kannada Movie story is packed with romance and other necessary commercial ingridients. Shivanna’s action-packed movies have always excited his fans. After the super hit movie Tagaru, the actor has donned the cop’s role again. With a good trailer and a big star cast, the Kannada flick has Picqued the interest of the cine-goers.
Rustum Kannada Full Movie Story is about An honest IAS officer finds out a gang, who had been involved in huge criminal activities. When he is about to open about them, he gets into trouble and gets locked by the Home Minister’s son and his criminal gang. Soon after his disappearance, his family, which is terribly shocked, requests the police to find him. But, they didn’t get the support from the department. Abhishek, their neighbor comes to their rescue. What happened to the IAS officer? Did Abhishek help them? Who is he? Watch the film in theaters!
Rustum is an action entertainer for Shivanna fans. The director seems to have targeted the North Indian audiences with Vivek Oberoi. Three-fourths of the second part of the film is in Hindi, as it happens in North India and the native audiences might have a jerk to watch it, although they know Hindi. The cinematography and the BGM are good. The production values are good. But, the director should have concentrated a bit on the climax. Rustum has all the essential elements expected by Shivanna fans.
Shiva Rajkumar is stylish as ever and impresses the fans with his dialogues and action sequences. Mayuri has got a good role as Shivanna’s sister. Vivek Oberoi is decent in his role. Shraddha Srinath and Rachita Ram did justice to the roles. Director Mahendran and Harish Uthaman looked good as baddies.
The Rustum is definitely a Shivanna movie and his fans could enjoy it well. However, we couldn’t say if it impressed the general audience. The second half is engaging. Emotional scenes are good. Action Sequences & BGM are the best. Rustum – one-time watch!