Naga Chaitanya, who made his debut with Josh, miserably failed to impress the audience in his first movie. However, he donned the lover boy roles in his next films like Ye Maya Chesave and 100% Love and added two consecutive hits to his credit. In a bid to change his image of a chocolate boy, he opted to try his hand in an action film and signed Dhada. This decision has resulted in at a failure and him dissuaded him from getting a hat-trick. Read on for Dhada review.
Vishwa (Chaitu) is brought up by his brother Rajiv (Sriram) and his wife (Sameeksha).Rajiv,who gets a job with a realtor (Tanikella Bharani), marries his daughter. However, Rajiv gets in the cobweb of mafia don RD (Rahul Dev), who forces Rajiv to kill his father-in-law. Later, Rajiv is forced to work with RD. Meanwhile, Vishwa completes his graduation abroad and plans to return to India. Accidentally, he meets Ria (Kajal Aggarwal) and falls in love at first sight. Ria is the daughter of a business magnet (Mukesh Rushi), who wants to marry Ria with another business tycoon. Vishwa’s entry to her life brings smiles on her face.
At this juncture, Vishwa saves 100 girls, who were being abducted, from the hands of RD’s brother and this causes a loss of Rs 100 crore to RD. To avoid the wrath of another mafia don Kelly (Kelly Dorge), RD kills Kelly’s brother. In turn, Kelly too kills RD’s brother. Now, RD is in search of Vishwa, who was responsible for the death of his brother and Rs 100 crore loss.