Dhee

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Introduction

Dhee, the movie releasing after a big
delay, has ample strengths to entertain the audience. Seenu Vytla’s screenplay
and direction has worked together in giving a clean and decent movie worth
watching by all sections of the audience.

Plot

Sinivasa Rao fondly called Babloo
(Vishnu) is an easygoing chap with middle class background in Hyderabad. His father (Chandramohan) keeps
Babloo in the service of a local thug Shankar Gowd (Srihari). Babloo’s work is
to count and bundle the currency so collected by his henchmen through
settlements. The tedious manual process by about a dozen people is simplified
with a single idea of Babloo. Counting machine and computerization! Now, the
staff has ample time to chat and freak out. Babloo attracts the beloved sister
(Genelia) of his boss, while others dread to even have a look at her. Romance
blooms about them and they get married without the knowledge of Shankar Gowd.

Goud’s rivals are desperate to kill
the girl to settle scores with him. Babloo has to not only protect his wife,
but also wants to marry her again with the consent of Gowd. How he accomplishes
the dual tasks? Watch the fun-filled movie for yourself!

Artistes’ Performance

Vishnu displayed flexible mannerisms,
shedding all inhibitions. It will sure give him a lift in the career. Genelia
performed with élan. Srihari’s role as a thug given to intimidation and money
extraction has come out with natural flavor. His performance gives a feel that
he alone could do such role. Chandra Mohan played the hero’s dad. Prema appears
as sister-in-law to the heroine. Villainy by Katraju is good. Shafi’s
maniac-like role is an instant run away with the audience. Comedy by
Brahmanandam is splendid. Jayaprakash Reddy’s role caught between the hero and
heroine gives the audience rib-tickling comedy. The villain’s characterization
is good.

Technical Values

The story provides a typical
entertainer with all elements of entertainment put together. Screenplay is
good, well supported with careful direction. Director Seenu Vytla succeeded in
removing the tedium factor wholly as he treated each and every scene with dual
touch of comedy and curiosity put as single malt. Kona Venkat’s dialogues are
good. Songs are appealing thanks to the picturisation and music by Chakri.

Comedy department is given much
prominence along with the regular story. In a way, comedy is an integral part
of the movie. The director succeeded in maintaining suspense in the second half
– giving no chance to the audience for at least a near prediction!
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Stunts are composed in a variety
style. The chase scenes are a highlight.

Judgment

The movie is released to a good talk,
but the collections remained moderate due to lack of publicity. It might run
well in B and C centers.

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