Dhamaka Movie Review In Telugu: Raviteja has been in movies one after the other, no matter how they turn out. However, we haven’t seen the old Raviteja in a while, but this movie, Dhamaka, seems to have brought him back. Now that the movie is finally out in theatres, we can decide if it’s worth going to see.
In the movie Dhamaka, Raviteja plays a middle-class man named Swami, who tells the story of his relationship with Sreeleela’s character. Swami is a laid-back guy who doesn’t have any big plans for his life. When they decide to switch places in life, the story takes a different turn, and the real fun begins when she falls in love with a CEO named Anand Chakravarthy (Ravi Teja) who looks just like Swamy.
Cast & Crew
Ali, Praveen, Hyper Aadi, Pavithra Lokesh, Tulasi, Rajshree Nair, Tanikella Bharani, Ravi Teja, Sreeleela, Jayaram, Sachin Khedekar, Chirag Jani, and others. The movie that Thrinadha Rao Nakkina directed was written by Prasanna Kumar Bezawada. He wrote the story, the screenplay, and the dialogue. Karthik Gattamneni was in charge of the camera, Bheems Ceciroleo did the music, and T G Vishwa Prasad was in charge of making the movie.
|Director||Thrinadha Rao Nakkina|
|Music Director||Bheems Ceciroleo|
|Producer||T G Vishwa Prasad|
|Genre||Action Comedy Drama|
|Cast||Ravi Teja, Sreeleela, Jayaram, Sachin Khedekar, Tanikella Bharani, Rao Ramesh and others|
No matter what happens, Ravi Teja is known for playing roles that get people excited, and he makes sure to keep up his energy to keep his fans happy. The same can be said about the movie Dhamaka. It is a pure commercial movie that has nothing special to offer. Ravi Teja is introduced in a big way at the beginning of the movie. The title song is boring, but it’s nice to see Ravi Teja on screen. The first half of the movie has everything it needs, but the comedy keeps you laughing the whole time. The first half of the love song could have been much better.
In the second half of the movie, where the real story starts, a serious element is added to set up the conflict and keep the confusing comedy of Ravi Teja’s two roles. But the audience isn’t interested in the paper-thin conflict, and the only funny thing in the movie is what saves it. Even though the story was told in an exciting way, we couldn’t follow it because the plot was boring. But, as I already said, the comedy keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end. The whole set-up, with Raviteja playing two roles and them switching off and having fun, reminds us of Chiranjeevi’s Rowdy Alludu.
In terms of acting, Ravitejs carries the whole movie and did a great job in both roles. Sreleela does pretty well, but she could have done much better. She did impress with her dance, though. Jayaram, as the chairman of a company, showed his experience with subtleties. Sachin Khedekar, Tanikella Bharani, and Rao Ramesh did their best based on what the movie needed. He did a good job as both Swami, a middle-class man, and Anand Chakravarthy, a CEO.
Technically, Dhamaka is good. Karthik Gattamaneni, whose visuals never fail to impress, did a great job with Dhamaka’s visuals. Bheems Ceciroleo saved the movie by making sure that all of the songs were chart-toppers. The rest of the technical team also did well.
Trinadha Rao Nakkin’s movies usually have a lot of energy. Despite the story, the racy screenplay and well-balanced commercial elements made him a successful director. Now that Raviteja and Trinadha Rao Nakkin have worked together on Dhamaka, there are two energies, and there is definitely double energy in Dhamaka, but he has made a formulaic and thin story.
Overall, Dhamaka is a normal story, but Raviteja’s humour makes it fun to read.
- Raviteja’s Comedy
- Few Songs
- Routine Story
- Predictable Narration