Dhruva Movie Review, Rating
By Vasanth Geddada : 09-Dec-2016
Cast: Ram Charan, Rakul Preet Singh, and Arvind Swamy
Director: Surender Reddy
Producer: Allu Arvind and NV Prasad
Banner: Geetha Arts
Music: Hiphop Tamizha
Hero Ram Charan who has been going through a rough phase with back-to-back flops in the form of Govindudu Andarivadele and Bruce Lee - The Fighter, has taken a safe step to remaking a Tamil super hit film Thani Oruvan. Surender Reddy has helmed this project and Rakul Preet Singh is the leading lady. Today, the film has been released; let’s check content and performances of the star cast.
It is a tit for tat game between hero and villain. Ram Charan is an IPS officer who wants to eradicate the crime in the city. He looks for the root cause of the crime and targets them. The hunts down and identifies the man called Siddharth Abhimanyu(Aravind Swamy). He is the man who is behind the corporate crimes in the city. How he catches him by shorting out the hurdles one after another is the main theme.
Ram Charan’s dedication for this movie was seen in every frame. As a cop, he maintained rippled body and look. Ram Charan is superlative. Arvind Swamy is apt for this role and he did a great job once again in Telugu. Hema Chandra’s voice for Arvind Swamy is superb which has given the extra edge for the character. Rakul Preet Singh is cute and added glamor to the movie.
First and foremost is a script which has enough stuff to bring it on the big screen. Since it has been proved in Tamil, Surender Reddy helmed well and did his job in a right manner. But, comedy and romance are seen lacking in this movie. Although movie goes into a serious mode, makers should have added other elements to entertain all sections of audiences. It looks like, it appeals to a class section of audiences than all.
Surender Reddy has presented Dhruva as the best stylish flick in recent times. One has to appreciate the makers for spending whopping budget to bring the feel with right cast and crew. The music director Hip Hop Thamiza’s BGM should be appreciated as it carries the mood of the film. Editing is decent and cinematography is classy.
If you are looking forward to experiencing something different from routine stuff, Dhruva is surely a good deal.