Doosukeltha Review

Cineforest Rating: 3/5

Movie: Doosukeltha

Star Cast: Manchu Vishnu, Lavanya Tripati, Bramhanandam, Bharath.etc...

Director: Veeru Potla

Producer: Dr. M. Mohan Babu

Genre: Action – Romance – Comedy

Music: Manisharma

Released: 17th October, 2013

After scoring a hit with ‘Dhenikaina Ready’, Manchu Vishnu is back on track with an entertainer and has lived up to the expectations of audience keeping in mind of his previous hit.


A small bet by Chinna (Vishnu) during his childhood results in his family escaping from a village and eventually he grows to become a streetsmart and intelligent man with a kind heart. Due to his act, the life of Alekhya (Lavanya) also gets disturbed and her immediately family disowns her. She grows to become a doctor and a chance incident gets her in touch with Chinna. He starts liking her and also protects her from some unidentified killers. But after discovering his real identity, Alekhya puts him away. In order to repair the mistake he did in his childhood, Chinna decides to get Alekhya back to her family and whether that happens or not forms the rest of the story.


  •    Vishnu’s Performances
  •     Background score
  •     Entertainment quotient
  •     Bramhanandham comedy and appearance of Vennela Kishore in some scenes


  •     Drag in sequences
  •     Stereotype storyline
  •     Heroine needs more grooming and has to improve on her expressions during sentimental scenes
  •     Ali was not at all used to his caliber.

  If the director created a balance by following the above suggestions then the film would have eased into a hit zone.


The film takes off on the right footing but first half concludes scoring no brawny points. The comedy sequences, some witty dialogues and the romantic interludes are OK. But it is a good feed till the interval bang. The second half picks up pace initially but over dose of action marred the comedy punch. And few scenes got dragged just to kill the running time. Technical and production values were good. There is nothing great to talk about music except the beat in first song.

Final Cut: Good Entertainer

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