Dynamite Telugu Movie Review

Feature Film | UA
Critics:
Dynamite with a wafer thin subject runs on predictable lines. We have seen several films on this subject in the past. An efficient treatment to the subject would have made the difference. Try it if you really want to try it!
Sep 4, 2015 By NR

Union Minister Jaidev (JD Chakravarthy) cheats a heroine Neha Sharma and makes her pregnant. When she insists on marriage, he kills her and masks it up as a fire accident. However a News Channel manages to get the video. Jaidev is up to save his political career and kills channel CEO (Parchuri Venkateswara Rao) and kidnaps his daughter, Anamika (Pranitha). While the goons are after Anamika for that video, she is helped by her boy friend, Shivaji (Vishnu Manchu). How it ends finally forms the rest of the story.


Vishnu had put up lot of hard work for the character and it is a one man show in the movie. He seem to have improved as an actor and his freestyle martial arts are impressive. But comparision to that of Jackie Chan and Jet Lee is a big exaggeration. Pranitha has got a role with substance and she put in lot of hard work for the role. JD Chakravarthy is good as baddie and can try more of such roles. Viva Harsha, Raja Ravindra and Nagineedu are sufficient to their limited roles.


Dynamite is almost a copy paste of Tamil film, Arimanambi. The film starts up very slow in the first half with out even going in to the story. The director managed to keep the audience engrossed in the second half to some extent. But towards the climax, the movie runs in to predictable lines. Deva Katta may have not attemted a remake given his talent.


Dialogues are well written. Vijayan Master did good work with the stunts. Achu's back ground score is decent. Most of the songs come as a speed breakers. In fact, the story do not need any songs. The movie is a tad lengthy particularly in the second half. Production values are decent.


Finally, Dynamite with a wafer thin subject runs on predictable lines. We have seen several films on this subject in the past. An efficient treatment to the subject would have made the difference. Try it if you really want to try it!

NR

   

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