Cast - Nani, Keerthy Suresh, Deekshith Shetty, Sai Kumar, Shine Tom Chacko, Samuthirakani and others
Director - Srikanth Odela
Producer - Sudhakar Cherukuri
Banner - Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Cinemas
Music - Santhosh Narayanan
iQlik Movies Rating: 3/5
Set in the backdrop of coal mines near Godavarikhani, Dasara stars Nani and Keerthy Suresh in the lead roles. Dharani (Nani) and Suri (Deekshith Shetty) are childhood friends. Dharani falls for Vennela but she loves Suri. However, after a series of dramatic events, Dharani and Suri become active in politics which completely changes their course of life and it also turns them upside down. It eventually results in Dharani encountering some bitter truths about life. What are they? What did Dharani do then? What happens in the end? Forms the story of the film.
Nani, the versatile and talented actor, has once again proven his mettle in the movie Dasara. This film showcases a different side of Nani, where he reinvents himself and delivers one of his best performances to date. From the start to the end, Nani flawlessly embodies the character of Dharani, showcasing a perfect blend of accent, appearance, emotional depth, and action prowess. Throughout the movie, there are many scenes where Nani shines with his on-screen brilliance, stealing the show with his impeccable acting skills.
Keerthy Suresh's performance alongside Nani is equally impressive, and Deekshith Shetty also delivers an outstanding performance, matching Nani's energy and making a strong impact on the audience. Together, the trio's performances push the film to the next level.
While Sai Kumar and Samthurakani have limited roles, they still manage to deliver fine performances. Shine Tom Chacko's performance is also good.
Dasara is also technically remarkable and superior. The cinematography is top-notch, capturing the rustic background and raw characters perfectly. The dark-lit mood stays true to the film's premise and adds to its overall appeal.
The background music is excellent, adding depth and raising the graph during the action sequences. The screenplay is well-crafted. The editing is good, and the production values are lavish.
Not only did Nani deliver a stellar performance in Dasara, but he also went above and beyond in promoting the film. He had expressed his liking for the script from the beginning, and his enthusiasm is reflected in his performance on screen. The storyline of Dasara is relatively simple, with fewer twists and more focus on emotions. The climax of Dasara is undoubtedly the highlight of the movie.
Nani's action-packed performance in this scene is a sight to behold, as he appears monstrous with a weapon in hand. Although the story itself may be common, the emotional journey and the blend of bewitching action in parts make Dasara an unforgettable experience. And it is Nani's radiance and raw talent that truly sets the film apart, making it a blazing success.
In conclusion, Dasara is a must-watch for Nani fans and anyone who appreciates good cinema.
Music & BGM
Slow narration in parts
Few boring scenes
Final Verdict: Nani's one man show!
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