Don Telugu Dubbed Movie Review: Sivakarthikeyan is one of the most underrated actors in Tamil cinema. His popularity grew as a result of Doctor’s success in Telugu. Self-confidently, he created Don, a comedy-action film. An eagerly anticipated Tamil film, Don debuted to acclaim in Telugu on May 13, 2022, to a generally favorable reception from reviewers and the general public. Let’s take a look at Don to determine if it’s worth your time.
‘Don’ is a movie about college life.’ Despite his father’s insistence that education is the only way to success, Don (Sivakarthikeyan) is a laid-back college student with a carefree attitude. He, on the other hand, is uninterested in school and on a mission to discover and maximize his unique abilities. The students’ troubles, meantime, cause issues for the teachers and the principal. However, the story takes an unexpected turn when one of his buddies dies. Is there any hope that he’ll recognize his own abilities? The rest of the story focuses on what happened after his companion died.
Cast & Crew
Cibi Chakaravarthi was the director of Don, which starred Sivakarthikeyan, Priyanka Mohan, SJ Suryah, Samuthirakani, and Soori. Subaskaran and Sivakarthikeyan worked together with Lyca Productions and Sivakarthikeyan Productions to co-produce the film, which was directed and scored by K.M. Bhaskaran.
|Cast Leads||Sivakarthikeyan, Priyanka Mohan, SJ Suryah, Samuthirakani, Soori|
|Producer||Subaskaran & Sivakarthikeyan|
|Written by||Cibi Chakaravarthi|
One of the film’s producers and composers, Sivakarthikeyan is also one of the film’s actors. Don’s plot isn’t original, but the humor is what makes it stand out from the rest of the college-themed films. Two and a half hours of laughs wouldn’t have worn you out. Aside from that, the director fails miserably to include any genuine feelings in this film.
In spite of a promising start, the film quickly devolves to the standard fare of a collegiate drama after around 15 minutes. Director Cibi Chakaravarthi highlighted one of the fundamental topics of self-discovery, namely that many people live for others rather than themselves, and this idea resonated with a great number of young people.
It wasn’t until the second half that Don and Principal started a cat-and-mouse game that the finale may have been better.
Soori has done an excellent job, Priyanka Arul Mohan is adorable but lacks the opportunity to shine, and the rest of the ensemble has performed admirably. Despite Sivakarthikeyan’s performance, SJ Suryah’s portrayal of Principle left us stunned.
Despite the fact that the film’s photography by K.M. Bhaskaran falls short, Sivakathikeyan and Anirudh work well together. The rest of the technical team also did an excellent job.
Don, on the other hand, is a film that young people should only see once.