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Vey Dharuvey Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, March 15, 2024 • తెలుగు ]
Vey Dharuvey Review
Sai Teja Entertainments
Sai Ram Shankar, Yasha Shiva Kumar,Sathyam Rajesh, Deva Raju Pothuru, Posani Krishna Murali, Prudhvi, Hebah Patel, Prabhas Seenu, Kasi Vishwanath, Chammak Chandra, Vinod Vijayan, Roller Raghu
Naveen Reddy
Devraj Pothuru, Lakshminarayana Pothuru
Bheems Ciceroleo

Vey Dharuvey Movie Review

Vey Dharuvey centers around a carefree young man who is determined to bring justice to the victims of fake degree scams overcoming all the obstacles and challenges in between.


Shankar (Sai Ram Shankar), a young man from Karimnagar, moves to Hyderabad in search of employment due to pressure from his family. In Hyderabad, he falls for the charms of Shruti (Yasha Shiva Kumar), but his infatuation takes an unexpected turn when he discovers a shocking truth.

The revelation connects him to Fly Consultants CEO Satya Harishandra Prasad( Devraj Pothuru) and his brother Banu(Sunil), leading to a series of events that form the crux of the narrative. How Shankar navigates through these revelations and seeks justice forms the rest of the story.

Vey Dharuvey Movie Review


Sai Ram Shankar made a sincere effort to entertain audiences with his role, showcasing a completely different look and delivering unique dialogue delivery and mannerisms. While he managed to generate some interest, his energetic dance moves and stunt performances were noteworthy.

Yasha Shiva Kumar's portrayal of the female lead was decent, and she exuded charm, especially in a particular song. Sunil's performance as the antagonist was convincing, and Devraj Pothuru did justice to his negative role. Kashi Viswanath fit perfectly into the role of the father.

Hebah Patel added sizzle to a special song, enhancing the entertainment quotient. 30 Years Prudhvi, Sathyam Rajesh, Posani Krishna Murali, Prabhas Seenu, Chammak Chandra, Vinod Vijayan, and Roller Raghu contributed to the comedic aspect of the film, albeit in a routine manner. Other supporting actors delivered as per expectations.

Vey Dharuvey Movie Review

Naveen Reddy attempted to shed light on the issue of fake degrees in society within the framework of a romantic entertainer. However, the narrative was laden with predictable and routine elements, failing to pique interest or curiosity. While the first half offered some laughs with its comedy scenes, the second half delved into intense sentiments and emotions, but the slow pace and predictable plot deterred viewers. The film concluded in a routine and monotonous manner, lacking a strong storyline. The screenplay and direction were below average, and the script could have been tighter for a more impactful result.

The music by Bheems Ceciroleo was lively and foot-tapping, with one song shot beautifully in a romantic and aesthetic manner. The background score complemented the story well. However, the editing by Uddhav left much to be desired, and Satish Mutyala's cinematography was average. The production values were acceptable.


Vey Dharuvey falls short as a routine commercial youthful entertainer, lacking any scene that truly excites or thrills viewers. Sai Ram Shankar's decision to sign onto the project seems questionable in hindsight.

Rating: 1.5 / 5.0

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