Dorasani

Starring : Anand Deverakonda, Shivathmika Rajashekar, Kannada Kishore, Vinay Varma, Sharanya

Director : KVR Mahendra

Producers : Madhura Sreedhar Reddy, Yash Rangineni

Music Director : Prashanth R Vihari

Release Date : 12th July 2019

Espicy Rating:

Anand Deverakonda and Shivathmika starrer romantic entertainer Dorasani, directed by KVR Mahendra, has hit the theatres today on 12th July 2019. Let’s see the story of Dorasani.

Story: Raju (Anand Deverakonda), who belongs to lower caste family, falls for Devaki aka Dorasani (Shivathmika) and tries to woo her with his poems. Dorasani connects with him and eventually they both fall in love.  How they survive in the caste dominated society? What the challenges they face in their journey? Form the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

Anand Deverakonda,Shivathmika,Cinematography,Art Direction,BGM,Climax

Minus Points:

Predictable Story

Performance:  Anand Deverakonda plays an average regular guy with zero swag of swashbuckling nature. His way of dialogue delivery is good and he performs well especially in the emotional scenes. Shivathmika Rajashekar looks cute and she is a good performance-wise. She impresses the audiences with her screen presence. Her performance in the police station scene during the pre-climax sequence is superb. Fidaa fame Sharanya is good in the role of a maid. Kishore and Vinay Varma have critical roles. Rest of the cast justifies with their roles.

Technical: The director  KVR Mahendra came up with the routine and ordinary story but the difference in the story is brought up by the period set up in the village. The songs by Prasanth R Vihari are good. The background score is extraordinary. It lifts the whole mood of the film to a new level.  Editing is ok. The production values are good. The cinematography is superb. The writing is a major highlight and helps in generating the feel.

Analysis: Dorasani is a love story that exposes the caste-based system in society.