Performances: Ram Charan has the best reply to all his haters. He has improved a lot and looks ultra fit and stylish. He looks very confident and has done an excellent job. Arvind Swamy steals the show with his knockout performance. Probably this is the first time you wish the villain doesn’t die. His dubbing done by Hemachandra is a big plus. Rakul Preet has a small role and she did justice. Navdeep and Posani are impressive.
Technicalities: Cinematography is good. Editing is neat. Music is excellent and bgm is outstanding. Fights are composed well.
This movie is an official remake of Tamil blockbuster Thani Oruvan. Makers have stuck to exactly the same story and screenplay. Surender Reddy does a great job in being able to repeat almost the same magic in Telugu too. Some minor logics go missing.
Content and screenplay are the true heroes of this movie. The movie is engaging throughout.
Verdict: On a whole, Dhruva is an engaging thriller in which the content is the hero supported by Arvind Swamy and Ram Charan.
Performances: Rana Daggubati perfectly fits the role and does a neat job. Atul Kulkarni , Kay Kay Menon and others have done well.
Technicalities:This is a technically well made film. Cinematography and visual effects are top notch and give a Hollywood feel. The design of the submarine and importance given to minute details is noteworthy. Most of the dialogues are in English, restricting the movie strictly to A centres.
Story of the film is good . Its about an unknown mission and unsung heroes. It’s shocking to see a young debutante director Sankalp Reddy handle a movie like this so well.
The movie is very racy and thrilling and doesn’t bore us even a bit. It’s the first of a kind movie in Tollywood. A small logical blunders in the climax raises doubts but otherwise the movie is logically convincing. PVP needs to be applauded for believing in these type of scripts and encouraging them.
Verdict: Ghazi is a supremely well made film from a debutante and will be a treat for the target audience.