Story of Dasara Movie Nani and Keerthy Suresh, Deekshith Shetty


The movie “Dasara” begins with the hero a full mass entry of Natural star Nani (don’t miss it) and his friends in a coal mine area and the story begins with 3 childhood friends Nani, Keerthy Suresh and Deekshith shetty, establishing the theme of friendship and introducing the lives of the two friends and the villagers addicted to alcohol. 

Nani dasara movie story

Village Politician Rajanna Played By Sai Kumar helps suri and his friends in a case and someone kills suri played by Deekshith Shetty and on his wedding night with Vennela Played by keerthy Shetty, someone kills suri and who kills suri and what happens next is the story of Dasara Movie and how nani takes revenge and what happens with his liquor addiction at the end and climax is must watchable and don’t miss nani performance in this movie and its worth watching and nani delivered his career best performance and action and powerful mass appearance and dialogues is a plus point for Dasara Movie.

Nani, Keerthy Suresh and Deekshith Shetty

The two friends are very close with Keerthy Suresh and love interset of both nani and Deekshith shetty since and they are childhood friends in the village, creating a predictable storyline that focuses more on character development than plot. The hero’s timid nature, lacking of self confidence and forgets everything he does sober and rely on alcohol to gain courage is an impressive character design that is effectively used in later portions of the film. 

Direction of Nani Dasara Movie

The director also incorporates cultural and social references, such as Bhatukamma and Ravana’s effigy, to enhance the storytelling. However, the film’s biggest surprise is the interval twist, which reveals the villain’s true intentions at the start of the second half. Despite this, the remainder of the film becomes more predictable and many sequences are bland. The running time is too long and the film lacks the gripping screenplay of “Rangasthalam.” Caste politics are mentioned but not properly established. Overall, “Dasara” prioritizes mood and visual palette over story.

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