Sukumar’s Dharshakudu Movie Review & Rating

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Dharshakudu Movie Review

Dharshakudu Movie Review

Film maker’s Sukumar new movie Dharshakudu released today on theaters with new casting. Sukumar brother’s son Ashok Bandreddi introduced as a hero to tollywood. Film is a romantic entertainer revolves around hero. Check out how the movie is running on theaters.

Cast & Crew:
Starring: Ashok Bandreddi, Noel Sean, Eesha Rebba, Pujita Ponnada and others
Music by: Sai Karthik
Cinematography: Praveen Anumolu
Production Company: Sukumar Writings
Produced by: BNCSP Vijaya Kumar, Thomas Reddy Aduri and Ravi Chandra Satti
Written & Directed by: Jakka Hari Prasad

Story:
Ashok has a dream to become a directror. He started his career as a light boy in film industry. One fine day he narrates a story to producer but producer asks Ashok to implement more in the story. So, Hero decides to implement his own love story in the film. However heroine Esha hated to implement their own love story in this film. What happened to his love life & how he fullfilled his dream to make a movie has to be watched in theaters.

Cast Performances:
Debutante Ashok did very well to impress the audience. Esha Rebba also performed very well in this film. Noel also make his presence in the film with impressive acting. Totally all the casting were good in the film. However Ashok still has to improve his body langauage to establish beautiful career in tollywood.

Technical Aspects: 
Praveen Anumolu is the cinematographer of the film who has presented the actors in a beautiful manner. The framing was excellent in the film. The editing is good. The music by Sai Karthik failed to impress. The BGM is also not good. The new producers who teamed up with Sukumar tried their best in maintaining good production values. Sukumar who came up with the interesting concept with debut production venture disappointed the audience. 

Plus Points:
Story
Framing
Lead Roles

Minus Points:
Music
Screenplay

Final Verdict:  Regular Romantic Entertainer, Missed Sukumar Mark

Rating: 2.5/5