Rating: 2.5/5
Banners: Vanmaye Creations, Vishwaksen Cinemas
Cast: Vishwak Sen, Nivetha Pethuraj, Rao Ramesh, Tharun Bhascker, Akshara Gowda, Hyper Aadi, Mahesh, Ajay, Rohini, Prudhvi and others
Music: Leon James
Cinematographer: Dinesh K Babu, George Williams (for a song)
Editor: Anwar Ali
Director: Vishwak Sen
Producers: Karate Raju, Vishwak Sen
Release date: 22nd March, 2023

Considered to be the hottest property in a special space, Vishwak Sen is a hero who is much in demand and this time he has come up with a project considered to be a hilarious entertainer. Let us see how this has fared.

Krishna Das (Vishwak) is an orphan who works as a waiter in a 5-star hotel. He has his friends (hyper Aadi, Mahesh) from the orphanage for company but he always longs for a family of his own. One day, Keerthy (Nivetha) comes to the hotel and assumes Krishna is Sanjay (Vishwak again), the CEO of a big pharma company. Eventually both fall in love. Things take a turn when Sanjay gets killed and Krishna is asked to act as Sanjay for a few days. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.

Vishwak Sen nailed it as the waiter of the five star hotel and he got into the skin of the character very well. However, he could not do the same with his other role as it was not written that well. Nivetha looks stunningly hot and she has made her presence felt strongly. Aadi and Mahesh brought a few smiles. Ajay was good. Rao Ramesh was nice, Murali Goud was neat, Rohini was wasted. The others did their bit as required.

The story was written well but the execution was not so. The script had certain loopholes and the screenplay was not woven strongly. The background score was alright and the two songs were impressive. Cinematography was good at places. The editing was a letdown. Punch dialogues at a few places were impactful. Costumes were upto the mark while the art department was professional. Production values were extravagant.

Few comic moments
First half
Interval bang
Nivetha's glamour

Second half
Weak narrative
Stale twists
Abrupt editing
Poor direction

Deeper Look
Being an actor is one thing and directing a film being the protagonist is another. That takes a lot of focus and attention. Here, Vishwak has taken the mantle of doing the dual role not just off the screen but even onscreen. Hence, it looks as if he lost the game midway. The film had the potential to be a good commercial entertainer with comedy and thriller elements but the writing and direction played spoilsport. The film takes off in a decent way and though there was no content it was the comedy and entertainment which engages. It is the interval bang which raises expectations. However, just like most of the filmmakers, even this one failed in the second half. Too many twists and turns which were unnecessary and unconvincing were brought in just to make it look different. The lack of proper editing added to the woes. At the end of it, what started as a promising tale ended up becoming a mess. At the box office, the film doesn't have much to offer though it might gain some initial collections due to holiday and Vishwak hype. Otherwise, this can be missed.  

Vox Verdict
No Dum In Dhamki!

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