Dhamaka Telugu Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Dhamaka Telugu Review: Raviteja has never not been in a movie. Raviteja has changed a lot since his last movie. Dhamaka seems to have given him a new start. Now that the movie is in theatres, we can decide whether or not to go see it.

Dhamaka Telugu Review


In the movie Dhamaka, Raviteja plays Swami, a middle-class man who tells the story of how he fell in love with Sreeleela. Swami is a humble person who doesn’t have many plans for the future. When they decide to switch places, things take an unexpected turn, and the movie really picks up when she starts falling for a CEO named Anand Chakravarthy (Ravi Teja) who has the same face as Swamy.

Cast & Crew

Ali, Praveen, Hyper Aadi, Pavithra Lokesh, Tulasi, Rajshree Nair, Tanikella Bharani, Ravi Teja, Sreeleela, Jayaram, Sachin Khedekar, Chirag Jani, and the rest of the cast are just some of the people in the movie. The movie was written by Prasanna Kumar Bezawada, and Thrinadha Rao Nakkina was in charge of the direction. He came up with the story, the script, and all the lines of dialogue. The pictures were taken by Karthik Gattamneni, the music was made by Bheems Ceciroleo, and T G Vishwa Prasad was the producer.

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 known for his ability to keep audiences interested throughout his concerts, and he makes sure to keep up his infectious energy at all times. The same is true of the movie Dhamaka. As a commercial movie, it doesn’t have anything special to offer. In the first scene, Ravi Teja is shown. Even though the title song isn’t very good, it’s nice to see Ravi Teja in a movie for the first time. Even after the first act of the movie is over, you won’t be able to stop laughing because of how funny the script is. The beginning of the love song should have been a lot stronger.

In the second half of the movie, the plot gets more complicated, and a more serious element is added to set up the main conflict while keeping Ravi Teja’s two characters’ strange humor. The only thing that saves the movie is the comedy because the story is so thin that no one cares about it. Even though the way the story was told was very interesting, it was hard for us to follow the plot. But, as I’ve already said, the comedy keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Chiranjeevi’s Rowdy Alludu comes to mind when comparing Raviteja’s dual act, in which he and his co-star play off each other while having fun.

Ravitejas is the only actor who really matters. He does a great job in both of his roles and carries the whole scene on his shoulders. Sreleela does a great show, but she can do even better. Her dancing, on the other hand, blew everyone away. Jayaram’s ability to run the company well as chairman showed how much he knew about business. Sachin Khedekar, Tanikella Bharani, and Rao Ramesh all did a great job in the roles they were given. He did a great job as both Anand Chakravarthy, the CEO, and Swami, a middle-class man.

From a technological point of view, Dhamaka works perfectly. The visuals for Dhamaka were made by Karthik Gattamaneni, whose work is usually stunning. Bheems Ceciroleo saved the movie by making sure that every song was a hit. The rest of the technical team did a great job.

Most of Trinadha Rao Nakkin’s movies are very lively and full of life. Even though the premise was bad, he became a well-liked director because the movie had a racy script and a good mix of commercial elements. Even though Trinadha Rao Nakkin and Raviteja worked together to give Dhamaka two energies and twice as much vigour, it is his work that is to blame for the plot being predictable and boring.

Even though Dhamaka isn’t a great story, Raviteja’s witty writing makes it fun to read.

Plus Points:

  • Raviteja’s Comedy
  • Few Songs

Minus Points:

  • Routine Story
  • Predictable Narration

Rating: 3/5

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