Dhool is romantic comedy flick, which has been directed by Dharani. Prakash Raj's rocking performance and Aindrita Ray's glamour are the main attractions of the film. V Harikrishna's music and Om Prakash Rao's comedy are the other highlights. Along with Yogish's weak dialogue delivery, K Dathu's old fashioned cinematography will mar the beauty of the movie.
Yogish's latest movie Dhool is a remake of Tamil movie Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam, which was released in 2006. The story is about how a carefree guy fights with his lover's brother to win his lady love. Director Dharani has done nothing, but copied every frame of the original movie. But he has made it an interesting watch.
Guru (Yogish) is a happy go lucky youth. He spends his time carefree with his friends. Raahu kaala (bad time) starts in his life after he falls in love with Priya (Aindrita Ray), who is the sister of a rich business tycoon Nanda (Prakash Raj). Nanda tries to avoid Guru from marrying his sister. How Guru gets into a cat-and-mouse game with Nanda to win his lady love will form the rest of the story.
Yogish has a tailor-made role in the movie Dhool and he has done wonderful acting. When compared to Dhanush in the original, he lacks energy in several aspects. As a villain, Prakash Raj is the showman and he even outshines Yogi's performance with his excellent dialogue delivery and body language. Aindrita Ray steals the show with her catwalks and glamorous quotient in songs. Om Prakash Rao's comedy is also good to watch. Achyuth Kumar, Sudha Belawadi and Sangeetha have also delivered a good performance.
V Harikrishna has composed music for six songs of the film, which are good to listen. Songs like 'Amma Loosa...', which has already become popular, and 'Nanna Neenu Gellalare...,' the yesteryear song from Dr Rajkumar's film are melodious. K Dathu's camera work is good in songs, but is not up to the mark in the other sequences. Overall, it is a good entertainer, but cannot be a must watch movie.
Producer: MH Sunil
Cast: Yogish, Aindrita Ray, Prakash Raj, Om Prakash Rao, Achyuth Kumar, Sudha Belawadi, Sangeetha and Manadip Ray
Music: V Harikrishna