Das Ka Dhamki Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Das Ka Dhamki Review: Though Vishwaksen has done few films although he gained immense popularity among the youth, he has a separate fan base for his attitude and his dialogue delivery. He is not just an actor, he is a director as well, as we all know he introduced himself with Falaknuma Das as an actor and director, and now after a long gap, he is back with the film called Das Ka Dhamki, he himself directed this action drama, so without any delay, let us get into the in-depth review and find out whether this film is worth watching or not.



Krishna Das(Vishwaksen) is a middle-class guy who works as a waiter in a five-star hotel. He always dreams to lead a rich life but in reality, he struggles to survive, on the other side Sanjay(Vishwak Sen) is the CEO of SR Pharma Life Company who invent a drug to cure cancer, and his dream is to see a cancer-free world, twist arises in the tale when Sanjay dies in an accident and the real fun begins when Krishna takes the charge as CEO Sanjay. Finally, did Sanjay accidentally dies, or was someone killed? How Krishna Das has a connection with it needs to be seen in the film.

Cast & Crew

Vishwaksen, Nivetha Pethuraj, Rao Ramesh, Rohini Molleti, Ajay, Hyper Aadi, Shaurya Kare, Mahesh Anchata Bheeshma Chethan Prudhvi Raj, and others. The story was written by Prasanna Kumar Bezawada and helmed by Vishwak Sem, while the cinematography has done by Dinesh K Babu, Leon James composed the music, Anwar Ali took care of the editing, and the film is produced by Karate Raju.

Movie NameDas Ka Dhamki
Music DirectorLeon James
Producer Karate Raju
GenreAction Drama
CastVishwaksen, Nivetha Pethuraj, Rao Ramesh, Rohini Molleti, Ajay, Hyper Aadi, and others
CinematographyDinesh K Babu

Movie Verdict

Das Ka Dhamki has nothing new to offer as it reminds many corporate backdrop films. Though the film has all the commercial elements which might engage a few sections of the audiance and his fans, although lacks novelty. The film follows a template-based screenplay from beginning to end and the audiance is quite familiar with it. The first half was packed with all the commercial elements with Vishwak Sen mark’s mannerisms and dialogues, though the plot is outdated the racy screenplay doesn’t make you bored and the interval bang dealt quite well.

The second half is where the actual story begins, though it is similar to many dual hero films like the exchange characters like a poor guy who takes charge of a billionaire company, and there Vishwak holds the audiance attention with the treatment. The entire second half is filled with too many emotions and the core emotion lands quite well.

Vishwak Sen has done a great job by playing two characters, as a rich guy Sanjay his body language and dialogue delivery are quite good, and the poor guy Krishna Das looks uncomfortable in the beginning but later on he sets the fire on screen with his screen presence. Nivetha Pethuraj as Keerthy has good screen time but she failed to emote many emotions when required, rest of the cast like Rao Ramesh, Rohini, Ajay, and others did their part well.

Actor/Director Vishwak Sen does a phenomenal job as an actor and he does a fair job as a director. The story lacks novelty and his presentation reminds many films like Rowdy Alludu, Gautham Nanda, and the recent blockbuster Dhamaka and also has shades of Ala Vaikuntapuramlo. Despite the few engaging scenes and his mark of performance, he failed in engaging the audiance.

Technically, Das Ka Dhamki looks top-notch and Dinesh K Babu’s visuals enhance the richness, Leon James has impressed with the background score and 2 songs are good on screen and the rest of the technical team did their best.

Overall, Das Ka Dhamki is a routine commercial entertainer that can be watchable for Vishwak Sen.

Plus Points:

  • Few Scenes
  • Vishwak Sen
  • Cinematography
  • Background score

Minus Points:

  • Story
  • Predictable Narration
  • Lacks Freshness

Rating: 2.5/5

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