Dorasani Review

CAST: Anand Deverakonda, Shivathmika Rajasekhar, Kannada Kishore, Vinay Varma, Saranya and others

Producer: Madhura Sridhar, Yash Ranginen
Banner: Madhura Entertainment, Big Ben Cinema
Music: Prashanth R Vihari
Director: KVR Mahendra

Set in Telangana during the period of feudalism, Dorasani is a love story of a young and innocent couple who face the wrath of the system. Vijay Deverakonda’s brother Anand and Rajasekhar’s younger daughter Shivathmika made debut with this film directed by Mahendra.

Rating: 2/5 – Read Full Review on Gulte.com

“Dorasaani” that marks the debut of Vijay Deverakonda’s brother Anand Deverakonda and Rajasekhar’s daughter Shivathmika tells the love story of a rich girl who lives in a fortress and a poor youngster and her faucal father who opposes their love for honour.

Rating: 2.5/5 – Read Full Review on GreataAndhra.com

New director KVR Mahendra’s ‘Dorasaani’ begins on a rather solemn note and narrates a tale of love that has been seen in several films. The rich girl living in ‘Gadi’ (a palace-like place) getting attracted to poor artiste is similar to many movies. Here ‘Gadi’ and the culture surrounding it has given the film new dimension and texture.  

Rating: 2.75/5 – Read Full Review on TeluguCinema.com

Debutant writer-director KVR Mahendra makes a largely rooted film.  After ‘Mallesham’ a few weeks back, here is one more drama that shows a mirror to the social realities of rural India.  Both of these may be period films, but the emotions they evoke are universal.

Rating: 2.75/5 – Read Full Review on IndiaGlitz.com