'Rana', directed by Sreenivasa Murthy, faced censor problems and it was sent to the tribunal for revised viewing. The film was finally cleared with an A-certificate after producer Shivananda Madashetty agreed to chop off objectionable scenes.
Full of gore, the film has an overdose of violence - from chopping heads to limbs, it has everything. So, it is imaginable why the censor board objected to it. The film has so much violence that it is certainly not suitable for a family audience.
The producer claimed that his film carries a message, but nothing of the sort comes out of the narrative. What remains in the mind is blood, sickles, swords, murders and cruelty.
Murthy is certainly not equipped to make a film that is worth watching and it's quite apparent in the beginning of the movie. The story is about the fate of youngsters who get into trouble because of their early association with criminal activities. ...more
01:12 PM, Jun 09, 2012