Dhruva IPS (Ram Charan) made it his mission to target Siddhartha Abhimanyu (Arvind Swami) with an evil
mindset that is the brain behind the massive medical mafia. Cat and mouse chase between two movie plot.
Dhruva Movie Review:
The film begins with a young Siddhartha Abhimanyu (who grew up with Arvind Swamy) who goes to jail for a crime he did not commit, in return for his Dad (Posani) could get an MLA ticket. Nowadays when Dhruva (Ram Charan) is an IPS trainee, he introduces himself as a do-gooder despite having some rules to solve minor crimes with his friends. Dhruva lives in a philosophy that "your enemy decides your abilities" and aims to choose an enemy who has the power to control "100 criminals." Siddhartha Abhimanyu, who is now a scientist, is the Padma Shri Award, the son of the Minister of Health, the King Maker and the brain behind many crimes, as a result turning into a target. In this way, the battle between the two geniuses begins.
To start, watching a movie is incredible. It includes performers, theaters, places, and artwork that go into each scene. Ram Charan watches to his best. As an actor, Ram Charan influenced all over the scenes that he required the highest emotions. That scene where he proposes to Ishika (Rakul Prit Singh) without telling Siddhartha Abhimanyu, which is why he loves you. And as long as the scenes where he has to rise as a hero, he will not disappoint his fans. Rachel continued to fulfill her role. Arvind Swamy stole the show though. You will are waiting for the film to be screened by the film itself. The entry in his film - emitted by smoke as he exits the glass laboratory - is perhaps as magnificent as any star hero. The summary is so important to this movie.
Dhruva, as promised, retains the essence of the original, abusive Aaron. And very well. Minor changes to the script only added to the drama. The small details added to the hero's personality, including his on-the-knee burst body and his habit of clicking on a pen, added depth to Dharava's character. The final showdown between Dhruva and Siddhartha is exactly what you should look forward to. To see the rising Swami more than the rising. Before you know it you will love to hate Sidharth Abhimanyu and Arvind does it easily.
Although the album has already claimed the attention of Telugu audiences, BGM in the film takes the film experience to the next level. The sounds used are fresh and included in the cartoon that packs the film.
A disappointment will be the dialogues that are weak and worthless, like English films dubbed in Telugu. And if you're about to hit the net, you'll find the end of a powerful character like Sidharth Abhimanyu rather weak. You would expect anything from Nilsmbri to the letters of Nilmbri's death, but that leaves an impression. However, Dhruva promises to be a sitting-down entertainer and delivers it unflinchingly. You will not find yourself walking off the screen with a run time of two hours and forty minutes. Go see it ...