“Dhruva Sarja steals the show as the 'Action Price'. With peppy songs, amazing stunts and a solid script, Bahaddur is an entertainer. Watch it.”
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Afterall the two year wait to hit the screens are justified. Chetan Kumar’s romantic entertainer is like a double edged sword, one would never know if the lengthy, never ending dialogues by the hero will make you laugh or yawn. You have to wait in anticipation to know.
Ashok (Dhruva Sarja) is the price of the Royal Bhaddur family and....Surprise! None of the people in his kingdom recognize him. Mind you, this is not a period film. However, he sets out to find a girl who will fall in love with him without knowing his royalty and he has decided he will have a love marriage only. How he goes about it is outrageous but we’ll not talk about that. He finds the girl of his dreams, Anjali (Radhika Pandit) a student of Mysore University who had promised her father she will have an arranged marriage only. She can run, she can hide, but she can’t escape his love. He pursues her and finally makes her fall in love with him.
Time comes for the dutiful daughter to fulfill her father’s wish and she is caught between love and the promise. Does Prince Charming sacrifice his love? Does he win her over without hurting everyone? That’s the remaining of the story.
Dhruva Sarja lives up to his title as Action Prince, stunts are well done, his costumes are an acquired taste, looks weird in the beginning but then you begin to like it. Wish he has much lesser to talk. Radhika looks her beautiful self and has done justice to her role. All supporting artists too have done a good job. Harikrishna’s music is easy on the ears and songs have been shot well too. The made-up sets could have been a little less colourful. Puneeth Rajkumar’s narration sends out a good message for the youngsters as well as the parents.