Will Ramesh do it this time?

A.M.R. Ramesh's first film Santhosha was not noteworthy�but he�shot to fame through his second film,�the chilling Cyanide which dealt with the incidents following the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi. Cyanide catapulted him into the league of noteworthy directors. This low budget film without known names proved that script and direction can make even a film without superstars work in the box office.

His next film Minchina Ota, made on�commercial lines, was just a damp squib. Now Ramesh is back�with Police Quarters set on the backdrop of the demolition of the Babri Masjid and the communal riots that followed. There are many movies already made in the backdrop of communal riots in India. So will Ramesh�come up with something concrete and different this time?