Dhamaka Movie Review: nothing explosive

Dhamaka Movie Review: nothing explosive

Movie: Dhamaka
Rating: 2.5/5

Banner: People Media Factory
Cast: Ravi Teja, Sreeleela, Jayaram, Sachin Khedekar, Tanikella Bharani, Rao Ramesh, Chirag Jani, Ali, Praveen, Hyper Aadi, PavithraLokesh, Tulasi, Rajshree Nair and Others.
Story, Screenplay, Dialogues: Prasanna Kumar Bezawada
Music: BheemsCeciroleo
Director of Photography: KarthikGattamneni
Editor: PrawinPudi
Art: Sri Nagendra Tangala
Fights: Ram Laxman, Venkat
Co-Producer: VivekKuchibhotla
Producer: T G Vishwa Prasad
Directed by: Trinadha Rao Nakkina
Release Date: Dec 23, 2022 

Comedy is Ravi Teja’s expertise. He finally made his long-awaited comeback to the genre with “Dhamaka.” Trinadha Rao has a history of producing successful comedic performers. Their pairing consequently garnered a lot of interest. Today, the movie opened in theatres.Let’s examine its strengths and weaknesses.

Story: Doctors inform Chakravarthy (Sachin Khedekar), the owner of a corporate empire, that he has a fatal disease and only has two months to live. As a result, he makes the decision to appoint a new CEO and give his team some stock. His son Anand (played by Ravi Teja), who would eventually take over as CEO, is anticipated to do so.

Swamy (Ravi Teja), who resembles Anand and lives in the same city with his middle-class parents, struggles to find employment.Pranavi and Swamy become close romantically (Sreeleela). Her father (Rao Ramesh) arrives with a possible partner while Pranavi considers his proposition. Exactly Anand is who he is. She’s puzzled. A cunning businessman named JP (Jayaram) is on a binge of forced acquisitions at the same period and has his sights set on Chakravarthy’s company.Will Chakravarthy’s son Anand fight JP alone or will he use Swamy, his clone, to save the family business?

Artistes’ Performances: Known for his exuberant performances, Ravi Teja is once more in his element. Ravi Teja’s Swamy is great if you’re seeking for some light entertainment. In his role as CEO, he looks quite sharp. He performs better, though, in the hilarious passages.

The glittering atmosphere of Sreeleela cannot be denied. She plays a somewhat empty part, as expected. She mirrors the enthusiasm of Ravi Teja when dancing.

Both Sachin Khedekar as a business magnet and Jayaram as a villain are excellent choices. Rao Ramesh manages to make people smile while playing a generic role. The same Jabardasth tricks are commonly pulled by Hyper Aadhi.

Dhamaka Movie Review

Technical Excellence: Although the location is vivid and the film is brilliantly filmed, Bheems stands out among the other technicians for creating peppy mass numbers. Even though Prasanna Kumar’s narrative and script are extremely predictable, his language is excellent. The artwork, production quality, and cinematography are all good.

Highlights: Ravi Teja’s enjoyable programme Comedy segments
The glitz of Sreeleela
two tunes

Drawback: Story and screenplay
formulaic presentation
The unremarkable finale

Analysis: After a few minutes, “Ala Vaikunthapurramloo” begins to take shape. Prasanna Kumar Bezawada’s narrative and script are predictable, and it takes a while for us to get over the memory of “Ala Vaikunthapurramloo” (AVPL). Thankfully, the movie’s plot twist helps it escape the AVPL.

In the first part of the movie, director Trinadha Rao Nakkina appealed to Ravi Teja’s abilities by highlighting his star power and comedic timing. And Ravi Teja takes advantage of the chance to amuse people by putting on a lavish performance.The sultry song by Sreeleela and Ravi Teja has retro-fun aspects. Additionally, in a chat, Sreeleela makes the off-screen age disparity apparent by remarking that he appears “muduru” (aged).

Despite these sequences, the tale as a whole is flawed. The story is overused. The screenplay continues to have a formulaic vibe even after an attempt to give it a modern appearance. The film is enjoyable in the first half because to the songs, Sreeleela’s glamour, and Ravi Teja’s acting, but the second half turns into a completely conventional performance, and the conclusion is extremely dull. Another annoying aspect are the combat scenes.

The second half’s corporate games are dull and absurd. Even if we assume the banal plot and have modest expectations, “Dhamaka” falls short. Dhamaka, which is Sanskrit for “blast,” but where is the implosion?Overall, “Dhamaka” has a mediocre narrative and script in addition to predictable handling. Only in a limited sense do the early comedies parts and the gorgeous Sreeleela work’s presence.

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