‘Dasara’ Movie Review: Nani Impresses with His Unique Performance!
Cast: Nani, Keerthy Suresh, Sai Kumar, Shine Tom Chacko, Poorna, Deekshit, Samudra Kani
Director: Srikanth Odela
Producer: Cherukuri Sudhakar
Music: Santhosh Narayanan
Cinematography: Satyam Suryan
Languages: Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Hindi
The story unfolds in the backdrop of
a small village called Veernapalli. It revolves around childhood friends Dharani (Nani), Vennela (Keerthy Suresh), and Suri (Deekshit Shetty).
Dharani spends his days indulging in petty theft with his friends, consuming alcohol, and getting into fights with everyone. However, he forgets all these things the very next day.
One day, Dharani gets into a brawl with Chinnanambi (Shine Tom Chacko) at
a silk bar and forgets about it. Chinnanambi's younger brother takes it very seriously.
What kind of trouble did Dharani's actions bring to his lover Vennela (Keerthy Suresh) and his friends? How did Dharani protect them? To know the answers, you must watch the movie.
Nani steals the show in this pan-India film directed by Srikanth Odela. From the beginning to the end, Nani remains the center of attention.
Nani's role is quite different from the ones he has played before. He impresses with his rural slang, age, and appearance. Nani excels in emotional scenes and action sequences.
The audience will feel connected to Nani's character throughout the movie. This movie has the potential to be one of the best films in Nani's career.
Keerthy Suresh competes with Nani in her performance. Her acting is a major plus for the film. Deekshit Shetty also matches Nani's performance, never falling behind.
The performances of these three elevate the film to another level. Malayalam actor Shine Tom Chacko also leaves a mark as the villain. Samudra Kani and Sai Kumar perform within their boundaries and impress.
When it comes to the technical aspects, director Sreekanth Odela has done a commendable job. He has fully utilized Nani's acting skills in the film.
He has showcased the emotional and action scenes with great elevation. In some scenes, the director has also provided goosebumps moments.
Satyam Suryan's cinematography is also outstanding. The songs by Santhosh Narayanan have won the hearts of the audience.
The song 'Chankila Angila Vesi' has brought a new dimension to the film. Nani's performance has covered up for the slightly dragged first part. The other production departments have contributed well to the movie.
Feels dragged story sometimesSlowness in the storyline