Shivaji (Manchu Vishnu) is a gutsy and impulsive guy who fights for justice. Anamika Dasari (Pranitha Subhash), falls in love with Shiv as she witnesses him saving a girl from local goons. The twist in the tale arises as Anamika, the daughter of a media giant, is kidnapped and Shiv who tries to chase down the mystery discovers another ugly twist.
How does Shiv unfold the mystery, did he succeed in knowing the bad face behind all of it and rescue Anamika forms the rest of the story.
Vishnu Manchu has put in his best for the movie and looked well toned in the stylish avatar. He has performed some real hardcore stunts in the film which will surely thrill you and Pranitha Subash too has leveled up a step with her acting. It is good to see her getting a decent screen time and a character that has a scope to perform all kinds of shades.
JD Chakravarthy was little loud as the baddie and his scenes from the Tamil version were used directly instead of a re-shoot in Telugu, which is quite disturbing to catch up the mood.
Deva Katta, who is known for his honest story telling and deep dialogues, has chosen an edgy thriller to remake and was quite loyal to its original Arima Nambi, expect for the few changes. Dialogues by BVS Ravi were simple and songs were enforced in the film.
Mediocre background score by Chinna failed to increase the tempo, Predictable narration by Deva Katta, Poor cinematography by Satya Muthyala and seemingly compromised production values might be the on the downside of the film.
Dynamite is a decent thriller to watch out though it is not commercially viable for the masses.