Starring: Anand Deverakonda, Shivathmika Rajashekar, Kannada Kishore, Vinay Varma, Sharanya,Byreddy Vamsi Krishna Reddy & many others.
Producer: Madhura Sreedhar Reddy & Yash Rangineni
Co-producer: Dheeraj Mogilineni
Writer & Director: K V R Mahendra
Music: Prashanth R Vihari
Cinematography: Sunny Kurapati
Editor: Navin Nooli
Art Director: JK Murthy
Costume Designer: Nitin Reddy (B.fd, NIFT), Jeevitha Rajashekar & Bhavani Peddibhotla (Shivathmika Rajashekar)
Action Choreography: Stunt Jashuva
Release Date: July 12th 2019
iQlikMovies Rating: 2.75/5
Anand Devarakonda, the younger brother of Vijay Devarakonda is making his debut as a hero with the film Dorasani while Shivatmika Rajasekhar, the younger daughter of Jeevitha-Rajasekhar couple is making her debut as a heroine. The film released today and it marked the debut of new director KVR Mahendra. Read on to know the review of the movie.
Set against a period backdrop, the movie tells a tale of love between Raju (Anand) and Dorasani (Shivatmika). What problems did they face? How social conditions those days affected them? How did the story unfold in the end? Forms the story of the movie.
Though Anand Devarakonda is a debutante, his refreshing acting will engage the audience. The actor has delivered an outstanding performance in the movie. His dialogue delivery, facial expressions are very natural and we can say that Anand Devarakonda will have a bright future in the industry. Shivatmika who was born and brought up in a family with film backdrop has delivered a stunning performance in this film.
Her role has more scope for performance and she has delivered her best performance in the film. Kishore justified his role. Vinay Varma did his best in essaying his role in the movie. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt.
Director KVR Mahendra has prepared an interesting storyline for this film and also executed it in a decent way. His pace of narration is really slow and will test the patience of the audience. Also, the director has showcased the cultures and the environment during the eighties period in a beautiful way and will engage the audience throughout the film.
Production values by Madhura Sreedhar Reddy and Yash Rangineni are rich. Prashanth Vihari's music is beautiful and suited well for the eighties backdrop of the film. His background score also lifted up the scenes. Cinematography by Sunny Kurapati is topnotch. Editing by Naveen Nooli is clean and neat.
It's definitely not easy to make period dramas but we can give the enter credit to director KVR Mahendra for making us see the 80s time period. The movie starts off on an interesting note. The first half is filled with romantic scenes between Anand and Shivatmika with a comic touch. The story becomes a little bit intense in the second half and when compared to the first half, the second half will completely focus on the emotions and the soul of the story.
Stunning performances by the actors, beautiful background music, interesting screenplay, and grand visuals can be considered as the major plus points of this film whereas some draggy scenes and slow narration will be the minus points. Overall, 'Dorasani' is worth a watch.
Final Verdict: Anand & Shivatmika Shines In This Slow Saga of Romance
Review By Ram
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