Dhamaka Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Dhamaka Movie Review: Raviteja has appeared in film after film, regardless of the outcome. However, we haven’t seen the old Raviteja for quite some time, but this film, Dhamaka, appears to have brought him back. Now that the film is finally in theatres, we can determine whether or not it is worth seeing.


Dhamaka Movie Review


Raviteja portrays a middle-class man named Swami in the film Dhamaka, who describes his relationship with Sreeleela’s character. Swami is a laid-back individual who lacks ambitious life goals. When they decide to trade lives, the plot takes an unexpected turn, and the real fun begins when she falls in love with a CEO named Anand Chakravarthy (Ravi Teja) who resembles Swamy.

Cast & Crew

Ali, Praveen, Hyper Aadi, Pavithra Lokesh, Tulasi, Rajshree Nair, Tanikella Bharani, Ravi Teja, Sreeleela, Jayaram, Sachin Khedekar, Chirag Jani, and others. The screenplay for the film directed by Thrinadha Rao Nakkina was written by Prasanna Kumar Bezawada. He composed the narrative, screenplay, and dialogue. Karthik Gattamneni was responsible for the camera, Bheems Ceciroleo for the soundtrack, and T G Vishwa Prasad for the production of the film.

Movie Name Dhamaka
Director Thrinadha Rao Nakkina
Music Director Bheems Ceciroleo
Producer T G Vishwa Prasad
Genre Action Comedy Drama
Cast Ravi Teja, Sreeleela, Jayaram, Sachin Khedekar, Tanikella Bharani, Rao Ramesh and others
Cinematography Karthik Gattamneni

Movie Verdict

Ravi Teja is renowned for performing roles that excite people, and he makes sure to maintain his enthusiasm to keep his fans satisfied. The same holds true for the film Dhamaka. It is a commercial film with nothing exceptional to offer. In the first scene of the film, Ravi Teja is prominently introduced. The title song is dull, but it’s great to see Ravi Teja onscreen. The first half of the film is complete, but the humour keeps you giggling the entire time. The beginning of the love song should have been significantly better.

In the second part of the film, where the real plot begins, a serious aspect is introduced in order to establish the conflict and maintain the perplexing humour of Ravi Teja’s dual personalities. But the audience is uninterested in the paper-thin drama, and the film’s only redeeming quality is its humour. Although the story was narrated in an engaging manner, we were unable to follow it because the plot was dull. The comedy, however, keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end, as I have already stated. We are reminded of Chiranjeevi’s Rowdy Alludu by the fact that Raviteja plays two characters and that they switch off while having fun.

Acting-wise, Ravitejs carries the entire film and performed an excellent job in both roles. Sreleela performs admirably, but she might have performed much better. She did, however, dazzle with her dance. As the chairman of a corporation, Jayaram demonstrated his experience with finesse. Sachin Khedekar, Tanikella Bharani, and Rao Ramesh performed admirably in light of the film’s requirements. He performed admirably as both Swami, a man from the middle class, and Anand Chakravarthy, a CEO.

Technically, Dhamaka is satisfactory. Karthik Gattamaneni, whose visuals never fail to impress, did an excellent job on the graphics for Dhamaka. Bheems Ceciroleo saved the film by ensuring that every song was a chart-topper. The remainder of the technical crew performed admirably.

Typically, Trinadha Rao Nakkin’s films are filled with vitality. Despite the story, he was a successful filmmaker due to the racy screenplay and well-balanced commercial aspects. Now that Raviteja and Trinadha Rao Nakkin have collaborated on Dhamaka, there are two energies, and there is double energy in Dhamaka; yet, he has created a formulaic and weak plot.

Dhamaka is an average story, but Raviteja’s wit makes it enjoyable to read.

Plus Points:

  • Raviteja’s Comedy
  • Few Songs

Minus Points:

  • Routine Story
  • Predictable Narration

Rating: 3/5

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