Mega powerstar Ram Charan’s biggest film of 2016 Dhruva has hit the theatres today. Surinder Reddy who has given us hits like Race Gurram, Kick and many more super hits is back with another racy entertainer. Dhruva is the official remake of superhit Tamil film Thani Oruvan starring Jayam Ravi and Nayantara.
Dhruva is is a story of an honest police officer Dhruva IPS, played by Ramcharan. Arvind Swami appears as the smooth talking baddie, Siddharth Abhimanyu. The movie deals with the concept of good vs bad. But interestingly, in Dhruva the protagonist hunts for the baddie to stop him even before he carries out his crime, which breaks the usual formula of good against bad themes. The main attraction of the film is the mind blowing performance delivered by the lead cast who has done full justice to their respective roles.
Cherry plays an aggressive IPS officer who goes behind evil doers to stop them. Ram Charan has impressed all of yet another time with another compelling police officer role. The winner clearly is Arvind Swamy. The actor looks dashing. Even in his most evil doings in the film, Arvind woes the audience with his charm. Arvind's role is equally important as that of Charan's, and both the actors look equally stunning on screen.
The clash of wits between the duo makes this film unique and interesting. Tollywood’s current favorite actress Rakul Preet is Charan’s partner in crime. Her role of an IAS trainee helps in the development of the film's story at many points. Navdeep’s special role as Charan’s friend deserves special mention.
Surinder Reddy experimented on a remake for the first time. He succeeded in creating the same magic and gripping screenplay in the remake. The screenplay keeps the audience hooked on to the screen and creates a curiosity on what will happen next.
A constant chase between the two makes the race very interesting and audience is in constant watch to find out what will happen next.
Overall, Dhruva is a racy and compelling thriller with power packed performances by Ram Charan and Arvind Swamy.