Dwaraka Review : Immature Treatment

Film: Dwaraka
Rating: 2/5
Director: Srinivasa Ravindra
Cast: Vijay Deverakonda, Pooja Jhaveri
Producer: Pradyumna Chandrapati, Ganesh Penubotu
Release Date: Mar 03, 2017


Vijay Deverakonda, who is riding high with the success of his last film "Pelli Choopulu" is getting his latest movie "Dwaraka" released today after a long wait. Let's jump into the story


Erra Seenu (Vijay Deverakonda) a small-time thief, while trying to escape from stealing a temple idol takes shelter in Dwaraka apartment complex. Gurumurthy (Prudhviraj) declares Erra Seenu as Swami Krishnanand, who eventually becomes popular Baba by faking divine powers. Criminal lawyer (Kalakeya Prabhakar), a corrupt police inspector and a politician creates a Krishnananda Swamy trust and plans to swindle the funds donated by devotees.

Erra Seenu who falls in love with Vasudha (Pooja Jhaveri) is persuaded by her to stop faking as baba. This creates problems for trust people, who in turn threaten vasudha and her family members. How Erra Seenu gets everyone out of this mess form rest of the story.

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What’s Bad:

Second Half


In order to develop interest among the audience, story between the characters should be pretty engaging, Erra Seenu who is shown as money minded thief suddenly changes his focus to love, which is not convincing. The love track between Hero and Heorine was also not developed properly. Songs and Background music has nothing to remember nor talk about.

Movie started on good note about the thief getting lot of money and power but after that, it fails flat on its face. Screenplay and direction are major culprits for this movie

Result: Immature Treatment