Two years after the release of his movie Vastadu Naa Raju, Manchu Vishnu is making his comeback with Dhenikaina Ready, which has been directed by G Nageshwar Reddy. This film has a routine, predictable story, but it definitely entertains you big time. It is a good family entertainer laced with a message.
Dhenikaina Ready is a comedy entertainer and Manchu Vishnu's performance is the main highlight of the film. Brahmanandam's comedy, Yuvan Shankar Raja and Chakri's music, Siddharth's camerawork, wonderful art work and beautiful costumes and locales are its other attractions.
Dhenikaina Ready owes its basic theme to the Malayalam film Udayapuram Sultan and writers like BVS Ravi, Kona Venkat and Gopimohan have made it a decent entertainer by including all mass masala elements like love story, comedy, sentiments and fights. You will hardly feel bored at any point of time in the movie.
Bhasha (Suman) elopes with Savithri (Seetha), the sister of Veera Narasimha Naidu (Prabhu) and marries. But this leads to friction between the two families. After years of battle with Naidu, Bhasha wins the case in the court. In a bid to bring good luck, Naidu performs a Chandi Yaagam. Here enters Suleiman (Manchu Vishnu) the son of Bhasha and Savithri. To bring peace between these two warring families, Suleiman turns Krishna Sastry and attends the Yaagam with Bangar Raju (Brahmanandam). What happens next will form an interesting part of the movie.
Manchu Vishnu has delivered a brilliant performance both as Suleiman and Krishna Sastry. He surely rocks you in comedy, dance and fight sequences. His scenes with Brahmanandam are very entertaining. Although her role is not sketched properly, Hansika Motwani has done good job. Others like Prabhu, Suman, Subbaraju, AVS, Raghubabu, MS Narayana, LB Sriram, 'Vennela' Kishore Samrat, Ravi, Pragathi, Surekha, Master Bharath have also done justice to their respective roles.
In the technical front, music is the main highlight. Yuvan Shankara Raja and Chakri have scored some foot tapping numbers for the film. Siddharth's cinematography is commendable. Especially in a couple of songs, he has done a brilliant job. MR Varma's editing is also good.
Overall, Dhenikaina Ready has a simple story and there is nothing new in it. But what strikes you in the film is the treatment of the subject and Vishnu's performance. If you are a fan of comedy film, don't miss to watch it this weekend.