You are on a mission, upon success of which, you are eyeing at huge lump sum. What will you do, if suddenly some unknown comes and destructs your mission? This is all about Debutant director Ajay Bhuyan’s Dhada, with Naga Chaitnya and Kajal Agarwal in the lead role.
IN AND OUT:
RD (Rahul Dev) is busy with making preparations for a finalized deal with Kelly (Kelly Dorge) and the deal is all about women trafficking and one of those women seeks help of Vishwa (Naga Chaitanya) who is passing on the way, and Vishwa spoils and destructs RD’s preparations and rescues women.
There is romantic line between Riya (Kajal Agarwal) and Vishwa. Vishwa spots Riya in a skating ground and falls in love at first sight. Riya lost her mother in childhood and lives in memories of her, where as Riya’s father (Mukhesh Rushi), a business magnet, never cares about her feelings and here is how Riya finds love and fun in Vishwa. Riya’s father opposes her love interest in Vishwa and wants her to get marry with other young business tycoon.
How RD faces further circumstances with Kelly, and whether RD and Kelly takes revenge on Vishwa or Vishwa wins over RD and Kelly and also whether Vishwa gets Riya as his life partner forms the rest of the story.
Director Ajay Bhuyan came up with pale and dull screenplay in narrating the whole plot. He should have done much work on characters. Much importance is given in showcasing Naga Chaitanya as Commercial actor, but it didn’t work much. Glamorous, smiling Kajal Agarwal looks dull and dumb in this marquee, it can’t be digested by audience, as much is expected from her. Kajal’s make up could have been better. Dialogues are inane. Songs does not help much to the plot and background score by Devi Sri Prasad is good. Cinematography is top notch and production values are of high standard.
Comedy episode by Brahmnandam as Chocolate Bangaram does not work well and looks awful. Comedy by all other comedians like Ali, Venu Madhav and Uttej etc…looks inappropriate. Sri Ram (Roja Poolu fame) does an important role. Tanikella Bharani gives guest appearance.
On the whole Naga Chaitanya’s Dhada does not repeat the magic created by his earlier flicks Ye Maya Chesave and 100% Love. Dhada targeted at establishing Naga Chaitanya as action star fails to impress and often bores you and you will be in a state of confusion whether you have watched a love story or an action story.
Rating: 2 out of 5
Review by: Chetanz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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