Story: Dochay is the story of Chandu [Naga Chaitanya], a crook who cheats people to support his sister’s education. Unexpectedly, Chandu crosses path of a ruthless goon – Manikyam [Posani krishna Murali], while going about his father’s [Rao Ramesh] business. Manikyam is a specialist in bank robberies. One of his…
Dohchay Movie Review
Dohchay Movie Review
Dochay is the story of Chandu [Naga Chaitanya], a crook who cheats people to support his sister’s education. Unexpectedly, Chandu crosses path of a ruthless goon – Manikyam [Posani krishna Murali], while going about his father’s [Rao Ramesh] business. Manikyam is a specialist in bank robberies. One of his booty falls into Chandu’s hands by accident, which could solve all his problems and can release his father from jail. On the other side, conflict between Chandu and Manikyam gets personal with a small twist in the tale. What is Manikyam’s role behind Rao Ramesh’s arrest? Will Chandu use the booty to solve his problems? What are Kriti Sanon, Brahmanandam roles in this con story? Forms the crux of Dohchay…
Naga Chaitanya looks dashing with a fresh look and different mannerisms. He suits the bill and his acting abilities improved a lot.
Kriti Sanon looks glamorous. Though her role is limited, she has been brilliantly utilized in the movie. Chaitanya-Kriti’s chemistry is effective.
Posani Krishna Murali and Brahmanandam are refreshing in their roles, unlike being type casted. Brahmanandam elevates the movie during first half an hour, while Posani makes us laugh out loud during the end.
Ravi Babu has been cleverly used. He is apt in the role of a cunning Police officer. Saptagiri’s cameo is pretty good.
Sdheer Varma is sticked to the con genre and once again proved his ability in making an entertaining movie. He has to concentrate more on the pace of the narration, as 138 mins seems long in places.
Dialogues such as “Devudini Mokkalante ye gudaythe enti, Premani cheppalante yerojayithe enti”, “Paga ayithe vadilese vadine ra, prema kada vadala lenu” suits the nature of the film.
Sunny MR’s background music for Dochay is good compared to songs, as he still seems to be in ‘Swamy Ra Ra’ hangover.
Richard Prasad’s cinematography is pretty good. Songs are well shot and fight sequences are stylish.
Editor Karthika Srinivas has come up with some fine cuts, which takes the movie to a next level. Yet Dochay needs trimming to be crisp.
A lavish production by BVSN Prasad, Dochay is visually impressive.
Dochay is a reasonably entertaining glossy action drama with some romance and humour in the first half, followed by curious interval bang and crucial climax.
Dochay will definitely entertain you, if you do not bother watching predictable stuff. Step in without expectations and come out laughing.
Final Verdict: Entertainingly driven con drama…