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Dhamaka review: Ravi Teja’s comeback in mass avatar!
Ravi Teja starrer Dhamaka released was released today and the movie is getting positive responses from the viewers. If you are also planning to get this movie’s ticket but are conflicted about what to do then read this review to make your decision easier.
Ravi Teja plays two roles in this movie- one of a rich guy and the other of a middle-class man. Anand Chakravarthy (Ravi Teja) who is the 2nd generation heir of a wealthy family gets in trouble when a businessman( Jayram) tries to take away his property. Swamy ( Ravi Teja) reaches out to help his lookalike and their fight against the corporate shark is the overall plot of the movie.
Ravi Teja is back with his energetic mass avatar in Dhamaka after a long time. He plays both roles role, and his body language and comic timing are also great. Likewise, the movie has decent comedy and soundtracks. The highlight of the movie is the last half an hour before the interval block. The section has comedy, action, and an important twist, that hooks the audience.
As for the technical aspects, BGM from Bheems is great and the camera work is also remarkable. The production design is amazing and the dialogues are also well-written.
What doesn’t work?
While the first part of the movie is great, the second half is rushed and has no wow factor. The screenplay also lacks in the second half and it feels like the audience has to just sit through the experience to reach the end.
The comedy scene and song in the movie are nice and placed at regular intervals but the movie lack emotions which restricts the viewers from connecting with the protagonist’s situation.
Ravi Teja does a great job in his roles and Sreeleela as the female lead also shines in his role. Her dance moves and chemistry with Ravi Teja are also great. Jayram who plays the main villain in the movie is also decent and the rest of the cast also does their job well.
To summarize, Dhamaka is an action drama with Ravi Teja in his regular mass avatar. The movie is entertaining and despite having a bit sloppy 2nd half, Ravi Teja’s energy keeps you hooked till the end.