Starring: Vishwak Sen, Nivetha Pethuraj, Rao Ramesh, Rohini Molleti, and others
Director: Vishwak Sen
Producers: Karate Raju
Music Director: Leon James
Vishwak Sen who is a confident actor came back with the film Das Ka Dhamki. He directed this film and felt extremely confident about it. Let us check out how the movie is.
Krishna Das (Vishwak Sen) is a waiter in a luxurious hotel and aims to make it big in life. He falls for Keerthi (Nivetha Pethuraj). However, he doesn’t unveil his real identity and Keerthy thinks he is super rich. On the other hand, Sanjay Rudra (Vishwak Sen) wants to introduce a miracle drug in India that frees the nation from cancer. However, he dies in an accident, and here comes the situation that Krishna Das had to come in place of Sanjay Rudra.
What happens next? Who killed Sanjay Rudra? Does Krishna Das become successful in making Sanjay Rudra’s dream come true?
Vishwak Sen is a talented actor and there is no doubt about it. He pulled off both roles which are in contrast to each other with ease. In the first half, Vishwak played to the limits as a simple guy. The second half has different shades and he does well.
Nivetha Pethuraj hasn’t done anything more than “what a commercial heroine does”. She oozed hotness.
Hyper Aadi and Rangasthalam Mahesh entertain to an extent. Rao Ramesh gets a significant role and he is okay. The rest of the cast hasn’t got any meaty roles and they are alright.
Leon James composed the music and he provides some chartbusters. The BGM is just okay and could be better. Dinesh K Babu’s cinematography registers. The songs were shot really well. The production values are good and the editing could have been a lot better.
Vishwak Sen proved his directorial skills with Falaknuma Das. But that film was a remake. Coming to Das Ka Dhamki, Vishwak has shown sparks of potential but couldn’t sustain it. He tried various things and relied heavily on twists which goes overboard after a point. The way Vishwak handled comedy impresses, though.
Das Ka Dhamki is a typical dual-hero kind of story. The first half is passable but the problem lies with the second half. It could have been better. The twists which come in this part remain unsatisfactory. The entire thread fizzles out after a point. Overall, Das Ka Dhamki can be watched once if you are a die-hard fan of Vishwak Sen.