Here is the exclusive Dwaraka movie review and rating!
Cast: Vijay Devarakonda, Pooja Jhaveri, Prudhvi and others
Story – Direction: Srinivas Ravindra
Dialogues: Lakshmi Bhoopal
Producer: Pradyumna Chandrapati, Ganesh Penubothu
Banner: Legend Cinema
Music: Sai Karthick
Cinematography: Sam K. Naidu
Art: Brahma Kadali
Editor: Prawin Pudi
Censor report: U/A
Release date: 3rd March
After scoring a blockbuster hit in the form of Pelli Choopulu Vijay Devarakonda is coming up with a romantic entertainer titled Dwaraka to test his luck for the second time. Let us see how well the director Srinivas Ravindra handled the rom-com!
Erra Seenu (Vijay Devarakonda) who is a thief by profession, plots to steal the idol of lord Krishna and thus enters the apartments of the name Dwaraka. Due to certain consequences Seenu pretends to be Krishnananda Swamy and earns name and fame there. Later he falls in love with one of his devotee’s daughter (Pooja Jhaveri). On a parallel note a police officer comes to know about his plan and tries to cease with proofs.
Also a fake trust plans to gain 2 crore rupees in the name of Seenu who is pretending to be Krishnananda Swamy. How Seenu solves these issues, how he expresses his love to his girl and how he puts a full stop to the disguise of a fake baba form the rest of the story.
Vijay Devarakonda has done a great job in the role of Erra Seenu showing a complete variation with his role in Pelli Choopulu. Pooja Jhaveri looks beautiful and shared an outstanding chemistry with Vijay on-screen. Prudhvi and his gang take the audiences to a ride of laughter. Prakash Raj’s role did not have a lengthy duration but turns important to the plot.
Music is decent and visuals are impressive. Production values are good. Director Srinivas Ravindra took a routine story and dealt it with perfect entertainment. Though the second half slows down in pace the film, overall, turns out to be a worth watch.
Lead pair chemistry
Snail paced second half
Dwaraka is the story that the Telugu audience witnessed several times but the comedy is what sets the film on an interesting note. Vijay’s performance is a huge asset. If the slow paced second half is ignored Dwaraka is a film that assures maximum entertainment for you this weekend.