Producers: Karate Raju
Music Director: Leon James
Cinematography: Dinesh K Babu
Editor: Anwar Ali
Release Date : March 22, 2023
Vishwak Sen is one of the talented actors in Telugu. He has turned director with a film called Dhamki. The film has been released today and read on to see if the film has any juice in it or not.
Das Ka Dhamki Movie Review
Krishna Das(Vishwak Sen) is a waiter in a star hotel. He falls in love with Keerthi(Nivetha Pethuraj) and cheats on her as if he is a rich brat. On the other hand, Sanjay Rudra(Vishwak Sen) is a Pharma company CEO who gets killed in an accident and Das takes his place as his lookalike. Who are these two lookalikes and what are their backstories? This is the base backdrop of Das Ka Dhamki.
Vishwak Sen plays a double role for the first time in his career and he is amazing. He is a livewire as the hotel waiter and evokes good comedy as well. As the posh pharma company owner, he gives us an edge with his polished avatar. Be it dances or comedy, he is top-notch in the film. Nivetha Pethuraj was also okay and sizzled well in the songs. She looks hot in a glam avatar and needs to continue it. Rao Ramesh is routine and so is 30 years Prudhvi.
Vishwak Sen’s performance
Too many twists
Das Ka Dhamki Review
Dhamki has Vishwak Sen in double roles. While these characters are nicely showcased in the first half, they are messed up in the second. Vishwak who is the director added too many twists but could not handle them properly one bit. After a while, things get confusing with the twists and bores the audience. Also, so much was said about the second half that it will be special but that is not the case.
One of the biggest drawbacks of the film is the bad screenplay which does not make any sense. It is silly, and confusing and makes the viewers go haywire after a while. There are also too many fights that disturb the flow of the film. The songs are very good and the visuals look neat as Sen has composed them well with his technical team.
Dhamki has an old-fashioned double-role film that has some twists which look nice but to make it racy Vishwak Sen has added too much masala which fails after a point. His performance is very good but his direction is not up to the mark at all. There are surely similarities with Ravi Teja’s Dhamaka though the story is different.
The first half is good and the songs are neat. Barring this, the film has nothing much to offer and ends up as a dud at the box office. It is better that Vishwak concentrates on his acting and lets his directors do their job. Too much command is not good at all and Dhamki’s mess proves it.
Bottom Line – Too much to handle in one plate