Many know Prakash Raj as a versatile artiste but a very few of them know that he is a passionate filmmaker, who loves to deliver good films. To his credit, he had earlier produced Abhiyum Nanum (Akasamantha in Telugu) and made his directorial debut in Kannada film industry by remaking it. However, he has now directed his first Telugu-Tamil film in the form of Dhoni, which is inspired by a Marathi film. Read on for the review.
Subrahmanyam (Prakash Raj) is a middle-class man, who always runs for money doing all sorts of works right from dawn to dusk to bring up his daughter Kaveri (Sriteja) and Karthick (Akash). He wishes to give them good education. On the other end, Karthick wants to become a good cricketer. While Subrahmanyam joins him in a good school, Akash fails in most of the subjects. However, his cricket coach (Nazar) is in all praise, as Karthcik played the major role in winning a cricket tournament.
Kaveri often spends time with Nalini (Radhika Apte). Accidentally, Subbu gets to know that Nalini earns her living through prostitution and strictly orders his daughter to stay away from her. As Karthick was poor in studies, the principal tells Subbu to take his son out. Immediately Subbu takes Karthick away from cricket coaching and made him to go a series of tuition classes. Karthik fails to cope up with studies even after leaving cricket which makes Subbu to lose his patience and beats him up and injuries his head for which he gets arrested. What happens next should be seen on-screen.