From the Technical Side:
Kona Venkat deserves a tap on the shoulder for creating a new theme for Ravi Teja again and again. His dialogues especially those that are delivered when Ravi Teja imitates Amitabh Bachchan are funny and they have enough punch when necessary.
On his part first time director Gopichand did more than a fair job. He keeps elevating Ravi Teja’s character again and again, ala Puri Jagannath. He would have scored more marks had he worked on shaping a shaper screenplay with a better power play between his characters in the second half.
Choreography for the song ‘Raja Raja’ is enjoyable. In fact the songs themselves become more enjoyable in the theater; that should work for the filmmakers. Sameer Reddy’s cinematography accentuates Ravi Teja’s character.
The producers RR Movie Makers should be appreciated for trusting a first timer, and spending lavishly for shooting in foreign locales, on the songs and especially the fights.
‘Don Seenu’ is a typical Telugu pot boiler and is pure fun aimed to tickle funny bones, packaged with a Ravi Teja seal to it. Watch it without expectations, and don’t forget to bring your pop corn along. You will thoroughly be entertained.