Release Date : 9 December, 2016 | Duration : 165 Min
Genre : Action, Thriller
A police officer gets obsessed by a criminal as he foresee every trap the officer plants. This obsession makes him do unimaginable steps.
Dhruva gets better as it progresses and it’s tough to tear your eyes away from the screen. The only time it pauses is when it breaks into songs. They’ve been shot beautifully, but the story is so good you don’t need those breaks. Rakul Preet is Read Full Review
On the whole, Dhruva is a perfect comeback film for Charan. He should be credited for choosing a unique film like this and giving his best through a standout performance. The engaging narration, interesting twists and some superb mind games are huge Read Full Review
The only negative feeling/opinion that is in the movie was that the makers could have made few more changes which might have appealed more to the audiences. Most of the dialogues in the film are the true translation from the original. New dialogues c Read Full Review
Ram Charan’s efforts are visible in his sculpted torso. He convinced with his makeover looks as a fierce cop. He could have also worked on body language as it is nothing different from his earlier movies. Rakul Preet Singh is also convincing as a I Read Full Review
It may not appeal to the hardcore mass audiences who crave for comedy and other entertaining elements. Apart from few glitches on the logical front, Dhruva is worth every penny for its strong script and thoroughly engaging screenplay. It is the first Read Full Review