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Pelli Choopulu”, Vijay Devarakonda has become an overnight star and a star to reckon in Tollywood. Since then all eyes are on “Dwaraka”, his next film. It’s crucial for Vijay to cement his position. Pellichoopulu has created a sensation by playing for 100 days. Next immediate Telugu movie of Vijay Devarakonda is ‘Dwaraka’. Youth has high expectations on this film. To know whether or not he has reached a level of those expectations, this review should be read.
Cast and Crew:
Cast: Vijay Devarakonda, Pooja Jhaveri, Prakash Raj
Yerra Srinu (Vijay Devarakonda) makes his living by resorting to petty thefts. Local people chase him when he goes for theft one day. Srinu has been on run only to take shelter in nearby Dwaraka Apartment. He plays a small trick to trap residents of the apartment. They start worshiping him thinking that he is Baba. Feeling that role of Baba is manageable, he settles in that apartment. One small temple has been built for Baba. He becomes popular with worships (poojas), gifts and blessings and benedictions. He gets wider publicity also. During this period, he gets acquainted with Pooja (Pooja Jhaveri. He falls in love with her. Her parents have taken her to Srinu, who is acting as Baba, as she could not be married even though she loves a hero. However, the heroine has no faith in Baba. She plans to grab a huge amount of Rs. 2,000 crores belonging to a Trust. One rationalist enters the scene to prove that hero is not Baba. Wonders of fake Baba directly go to the notice of Chief Minister. He himself instructs authorities to keep an eye on Baba. Thus, Yerra Srinu gets riddled in troubles from all corners. He is entangled in a vicious circle. Could hero come of this vicious circle? Has he married Pooja? Has he given up incarnation of Baba?-To find answers to these intriguing questions, this movie should be watched?
Vijay sticks to his natural performance. He has limited dialogues and he compensates it all with his expressions. And yes, he struggles at portions.
Pooja Jhaveri is good. She shows up decent acting.
Other cast like Prudhvi, Murali Sharma, Prakash Raj, Raghubabu, Surekha Vani have all done their parts well. Director hasn’t used the actors to the full potential. All these good actors were wasted in half-etched roles. Comedian Prudhvi once again steals the show.
Director has been quite successful in raising this of curiosity in audiences. Though story lacks novelty, mode of screening has impressed one and all. It is a little bit minus point to run the entire 2nd half with comedy track.
Sai Karthik's Music is so-so. 2 songs are sonorous to listen to as well as sing.
The camera has brought totality to this movie. Chota K. Naidu has converted an entire movie into a beautiful canvas. Production values are exuberant.
Editing ok but few scenes could have been trimmed to make the film even more interesting.
first things first, this movie wasn’t for Vijay Devarakonda. With all the commercial elements in place – slapstick comedy and dancing around bushes, Vijay seemed like a misfit. But again, that could be because of the image he already garnered. In terms of performance he delivered. For Vijay, this film only serves as a testimony to his dancing skills for future prospects.
Lead Pair’s Love Track
Comedy in First Half
Dwaraka has an interesting plotline and a tiringly erratic screenplay. It is almost engaging. You’ll want to see what happens of this thief who is given such a position of power. . On the whole, it is a time-pass entertainer that won’t leave you disappointed. Go without expectations.
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