Thursday, August 11, 2011

Dhada movie Review

Rating: 2.5 / 5
Banner: Sri Kamakshi Enterprise
Starring: Naga Chaitanya, Kajal Agarwal, Sri Ram, Sameeksha, Rahul Dev, Kelly Dorje, Brahmanandam, Mukesh Rishi, Ali,Tanikella Bharani, Satya Krishna, Ali, Venu Madhav AND OTHER
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Author photos: Gnanam Sekhar
Director: Ajay Bhuyan
Producer: D Sivaprasad Reddy
Release Date: 11/08/2011

Naga Chaintanya hit screens today, "Dhada." The film is directed by debutant Ajay Bhuyan and was produced by Shiva Prasad Reddy. The film is generated good pre-release buzz for their photos, as well as the reported "problems" between Kajal and Chaitanya and this led to the good holes. Let's see how Dhada fees. 

What is it: Vishwa (Naga Chaitanya) is the Telugu youth living in New York. 
He lives with his brother (Sriram) and sister in law.Vishwa is the street smart guy and has a habit of getting into trouble to rescue people in trouble. Rhea (Kajal Aggarwal) is the unhappy daughter of a multimillionaire (Mukesh Rishi). Suffer from loneliness and depression. Her mother (Satya Krishna), apparently commits suicide and Rhea spent most of his time watching old clippings from his mother in the basement. 

Vishwa watches ice skating rink owned by Rhea on Chocolate Janakiram (Brahmanandam) and falls in love with her. Janakiram has a weakness for beautiful women and Vishwa turns out that in his advantage.He Janakiram blackmail and uses it in his attempts to woo Rhea. 

Rahul Dev is a crime lord in New York, and he controls the prostitution and drug cartels do not. He enters in the interests of Kelly (Kelly Dorji), Colombian drug lord, supply of women. Vishwa crosses the paths of these crime bosses accidentally, trying to rescue a woman and becomes their goal. 

Rhea's father fixes her marriage with another millionaire, and when Kajal is opposed to the Vishwa, Rahul Dev is approached to kill him. For all this mess is the brother of Vishwa is (Sriram), in a twist to the story. 

How Vishwa successfully solve all the problems and win the Rhea is the rest of the story. 

What is good: The film is very stylishly shot and has no wealth in every frame. Care has been taken to treat each frame of sophistication. (But in this process that I missed something else-will to that later.). 
Chaitanya has improved tremendously in his dancing and fighting abilities and uses these to good effect in the film. 
He looks good and the costumes are fantastic. Chaitanya inherited his dad's sense of style. 
Kajal looks drop dead gorgeous in songs. 
Glamor quotient is very high and there are  a lot of skin show. 
Sriram looks good and he turned in the play pretty well. 
Rahul Dev also turned in decent performance, although his characterization is too similar to Raghuvaran in "Mass". 
All songs were quite nicely choreographed and appeared well on the screen. 
The fights are realistic and stylish. "Sentiment among Sriram's brother and Chaitanya works well. 
Combat and a few action scenes are largely borrowed from Hollywood. 
Prize fight in the ring is very similar to the sequence in Sherlock Holmes, but is doing well. 

What is bad: Unfortunately, the care that was taken on the style and presentation was not visible in the scenario. The film proceeds on the torturous pace in the second half and the patience of the audience is really tested. Songs  to keep meddling in irregular intervals and impede the progress of history. There are a few points, as well as illogical. 
Kajal does not look too good with that new hairstyle. 
She looked ravishing in song, but quite common in the film. The person who called Samantha in the "Advanced" called for Kajal in this movie and just did not suit her. Literally wince whenever I hear Kajal "talk" on the screen. 
Naga Chaitanya has to really work on his delivery of dialogue, especially in intense emotional scenes. There were a few laughs from the audience when he tried to denounce Chaitanya some serious stuff. 

I do not know whether the rumors  of a tiff between Chaitanya and Kajal is true. But I certainly do not have good screen chemistry. 
Comedy is the largest low. The film has Brahmanandam, Dharmavarapu, Ali, MSNarayana, Venumadhav and Uttej.Unfortunately, all of them are terribly poor. They just come and go in the blink of an eye. Only Brahmanandam has some time on the screen, but some of its scenes do not cause laughter. Especially the scene with Ali in the jungle was a little ridiculous. 
Technical Departments: Ajay Bhuyan is a disappointment. 
The director had no command of history and the problem is the inability to use the talents of his actors. Kelly Dorji was completely wasted. That was Tanikella Bharani. With such a star cast of comedy, the film should have been much better comedy. 

Sri Devi comes with a good evaluation of the background and the songs look better on screen than sound. Cinematography is of very high quality and adds to the stylish film. 
Editing is smooth. 
The flow is severely limited in time. The dialogues are quite some 
Analysis: Naga Chaitanya fans will be pleased with the progress of your character in the field of dance and fighting. 
Besides, Dhada offers nothing to the regular movie goer. Of course, there are tons of style and sophistication, but it is not so good when there's nothing else to back it up. Very slow pace of the film, in the second half is also a major let down. In addition to several dances and fights, B & C centers have nothing to look forward to either. 
Los Dhada  Kandireega will depend on which releases tomorrow. 
In sum, let the Chaitanya after the success of 100% love.

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