Dhamaka Telugu Movie Review: Raviteja has not appeared in any films. Since his last film, Raviteja has undergone a major shift. He seems to have been given a new start by Dhamaka. We can now choose whether we want to see the film now that it is in theaters.
In the film Dhamaka, Raviteja plays Swami, a middle-class man who describes how he fell in love with Sreeleela. Swami is a modest person with few ambitions for the future. When they decide to switch places, things take an unexpected turn, and the drama intensifies when she develops feelings for a CEO with a face similar to Swamy, Anand Chakravarthy (Ravi Teja).
Cast and crew
Ali, Praveen, Hyper Aadi, Pavithra Lokesh, Tulasi, Rajshree Nair, Tanikella Bharani, Ravi Teja, Sreeleela, Jayaram, Sachin Khedekar and Chirag Jani are among the actors appearing in the film. The direction of the film was handled by Thrinadha Rao Nakkina and Prasanna Kumar Bezawada wrote the screenplay. He wrote the dialogue, the screenplay and the entire plot. Karthik Gattamneni was the film’s photography director, Bheems Ceciroleo was the composer of the score and TG Vishwa Prasad was the producer.
|Director||Thrinadha Rao Nakkina|
|Music director||Bhemian Ceciroleo|
|Producer||T. G. Vishwa Prasad|
|Genre||Action Comedy Drama|
|Cast||Ravi Teja, Sreeleela, Jayaram, Sachin Khedekar, Tanikella Bharani, Rao Ramesh and others|
During his concerts, Ravi Teja is recognized for his ability to keep the audience interested, and he makes sure to always maintain his infectious energy. The same goes for the movie Dhamaka. It offers nothing special as a commercial film. The character Ravi Teja appears in the first series. It’s great to see Ravi Teja in his first movie, even though the title track isn’t that great. Even after the first act of the movie is over, you can’t stop laughing because the script is so entertaining. The love song opening should have had a much stronger impact.
While retaining the weird humor of Ravi Teja’s two identities, the plot thickens and adds a more serious component to increase the great tension in the film’s second act. The one aspect of the movie that keeps it from being a complete dud is the comedy. Although the story was told in an interesting way, we found it challenging to follow the plot. But as said, the comedy will keep you on the edge of your seat until the last second. Chiranjeevi’s Rowdy Alludu comes to mind when I think of Raviteja’s double performance, in which he and his co-star play off each other while having fun.
Only Ravitejas is a remarkable actor. He dominates the scene by performing superbly in each of his roles. Sreleela performs admirably, but she is capable of much more. However, her dance amazed everyone. Jayaram’s ability to successfully manage the company as chairman was a testament to his business acumen. In their individual roles, Sachin Khedekar, Tanikella Bharani and Rao Ramesh all gave outstanding performances. He gave excellent performances as both Swami, a middle-class man, and Anand Chakravarthy, the CEO.
Technically, Dhamaka runs flawlessly. Karthik Gattamaneni, whose work is often beautiful, made the visuals for Dhamaka. The film was saved by Bheems Ceciroleo, who made every song a hit. The rest of the technical team did a great job.
Most of Trinadha Rao Nakkin’s films are incredibly colorful and vibrant. He became a well-known director as a result of the film’s dirty script and commercial elements, despite the terrible idea. The plot’s predictability and monotony are due to Raviteja’s efforts, even though Trinadha Rao Nakkin and Raviteja teamed up to give Dhamaka two energies and twice the vitality.
Dhamaka is not a particularly good book, but Raviteja’s witty writing makes it fun to read.
- Comedy by Raviteja
- Few songs
- routine story
- Predictable narration