Sivakarthikeyan’s Don Telugu Dubbed Movie Review & Ratings

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Don Telugu Dubbed Movie Review: Sivakarthikeyan is one of the most unappreciated actors in Tamil cinema. With the success of Doctor in Telugu, his fame rose. With his confidence, he created Don, an action comedy-drama film. Don was a much-anticipated Tamil film, but it was eventually released in Telugu on May 13, 2022, to positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. So, let’s take a closer look at Don and determine if it’s worth seeing.

Don Telugu Dubbed Movie Review


The film Don is about college life. Don (Sivakarthikeyan) is a laid-back college student whose father has always stressed the value of education and how it can only lead to success. He, on the other hand, is uninterested in education and is on a mission to identify and develop his talent. Meanwhile, they cause problems for the teachers and principal by pointing out the problems of the students. But when one of his buddies dies, the story takes an unexpected turn. Will he eventually recognize his talent? The remainder of the story focuses on what happened after his companion died.

Cast & Crew

Cibi Chakaravarthi directed Don, which stars Sivakarthikeyan, Priyanka Mohan, SJ Suryah, Samuthirakani, Soori, and others. K.M Bhaskaran directed the film, Anirudh scored the music, and Subaskaran and Sivakarthikeyan produced it under the brand of Lyca Productions in collaboration with Sivakarthikeyan Productions.

Cast LeadsSivakarthikeyan, Priyanka Mohan, SJ Suryah, Samuthirakani, Soori
DirectorCibi Chakaravarthi
ProducerSubaskaran & Sivakarthikeyan
Written byCibi Chakaravarthi
Music Anirudh
DOPK.M Bhaskaran

Movie Verdict

Sivakarthikeyan is not only an actor but also a producer and lyricist for the film. The story of Don is hardly novel since we have seen many films dealing with college life, student troubles, and so on, but what made Don interesting was the comedy. The comedy worked beautifully, and you could sit for two and a half hours just to watch it. Aside from that, there are no emotions in this film, and the filmmaker fails to integrate them.

The film’s flow has ups and downs, with the film starting well then devolving into standard college drama after around 15 minutes. During the proceedings, however, director Cibi Chakaravarthi addressed one of the key themes of self-discovery, namely that many people live for others rather than for themselves, and this point would resonate with many young people.

There was nothing new to see in the first half, but the second half kicks up as student Don and Principle begin a cat and mouse game, and the ending could have been better.

Soori has justified his portrayal, Priyanka Arul Mohan looks cute but doesn’t have much room to shine, and the rest of the performers performed admirably. Sivakarthikeyan has really nailed it on screen, while SJ Suryah as Principle has left us speechless.

K.M Bhaskaran’s photography isn’t up to pace, but Anirudh’s music never fails to wow, and Sivakathikeyan and Anirudh have formed a popular team. The rest of the technical personnel did a fantastic job.

Finally, Don is a one-time viewing film that children must-see.

Movie Rating: 3/5

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