Dochey (Dohchay) Movie Review, Rating, Hit Or Flop, Story, Cast
Director: Sudheer Varma
Cast: Naga Chaitanya, Kriti Sanon, Brahmanandam, Ravi Babu, Posani Krishna Murali, Pooja Ramachandran
Release Date: 24, April, 2015
Music: Sunny M.R.
Dohchay Movie Review – Story/Plot
Dochay is the latest movie to hit Tollywood screens today. Naga Chaitanya is in the lead role who is all set to shake the box office again after his previous blockbuster, Oka laila kosam. His earlier movie turned out to be a blockbuster, he is very careful in choosing scripts for his upcoming movie.
This is Kriti Sanon’s second Movie is Tollywood career after debuting with Mahesh Babu. Apart from the star cast Dochey Movie had Brahmanandam, Ravi Babu, Posani Krishna Murali, Pooka Ramanchandran, Rao Ramesh, Sathya, Praveen in the lead supporting roles. Madhuurima also appared in an item number.
Story – Rao Ramesh is a honest cab driver happily living taking care of his family and their needs. One day Rao Ramesh gets arrested for the burglary that he has not committed. His family life goes awry with problems mounting on the family. Naga Chaitanya, the son of this honest cab driver decides to get his father released from by proving his honesty. To catch the actual robbers he becomes one, like the proverbial saying, “a diamond only cuts the diamond”. On the other hand, he needs money to pay for his sister’s medical college fee and more money to get his father released from jail. So to accomplish these tasks he turns into a dreaded robber himself. How he proves his father’s innocence and honesty, and how he funds his sister’s medicinal studies forms the rest of the story.
Naga Chaitanya has improvised a lot on his acting skills and he delivered a brilliant performance. His sense of timing in delivering comic dialogues is superb. Brahmanandam, Ravi Babu and Posani excelled in their performances. While Kirti Sanon looked pretty hot in the movie.
The movie is a visual treat. The songs are just good. Lots of comic scenes that make the theaters burst into laughter. Fights and bike chases are shot extremely well.
The first half is slow-paced. The script has loose ends. It looks like it has shades of Swamy Ra Ra, which was directed by same Sudheer Varma
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