Friday, March 18, 2011

Dongala Muta Telugu Movie Review

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Movie : Dongala Muta
Banner: A Shreya Productions
Casting: Ravi Teja, Charmi, Lakshmi Manchu, Prakash Raj, Sunil, Brahmaji, Brahmanandam
Music: Amar Mohile
Producer: Ram Gopal Varma
Story, Screenplay & Direction: Ram Gopal Varma

Rating: 2.5/5

Sudhir and Rani (Raviteja and Charmi) are husband and wife, who get caught up in a deserted place where there is nothing except a resort. They look for a mechanic to repair the car. So they decide take some rest in that resort. Soon they discover that they were trapped in that resort. They come to know that they are caught in a dangerous situation. How they find a way out of that place is the remaining up this story.

Ravi Teja as Sudheer suited the role and did extremely well in combination episodes with Charmi.  He perform a serious kind of role was excellent.
Charmi is as usual bubbly and looked glamorous. Her facial expressions exactly reflect the fear and anxiety that the film of such genre needs. Charmi is apt in her role effortlessly and gave an extremely natural performance.
Prakash Raj turns in a cool show as the  cop who unveils the mystery by collecting the clues. His role in Dongala Mutha would be another memorable role in his career like that of Anthahpuram.
Lakshmi Manchu with her first film itself was showered with praises. Though her role is limited she performed well.
Brahmanadam and Sunil showed their talent again. 
Subbaraju performed well within the scope of his role. Brahmaji gets a sensible and a good role in the film while Supreet did complete justice. All three of them maintained the suspense factor well.

Dongala Mutha doesn’t carry any content which is appealing. The first half of the film is good but the second half is pathetic and boring. However, the movie will be watched only for his technicalities, otherwise nothing is found interesting in the film.

Dialogues are bad at the best. All the actors repeat the same word in many scenes. This film is shot on 5D Canon cameras and does it bring a revolution. 
Final Word: The 5 Day shooting is the Best part of the Film. Nothing Else about it.
Inka Kavala..!


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