As usual, another outing by RGV thats rushed.A plot with great potential gone shamelessly awry,over shadowed by the Cannon-Canon. If only RGV could have taken one extra day to really 'think' and weaved a little more convolute-screenplay than the snaky chases,done to death dialogues(with hang over as perennial as from kshana kshanam),and a little thicker plot, the film cud have done wonders. but surely RGV aficionados like me will definitely breathe in and celebrate that eccentricity which very few scenes spark
Pros: camera work,some dialogues,that RGVish wierdness Cons: too straight plot,too few twists
This one has been in the news for being one of the most radical films ever, shot as it has been with a zero-budget and a bare minimum of resources, over a super-brief 5-day period.
Being a Ram Gopal Varma experiment lends this film an eccentricity you've come to expect from his work. We're not saying that's a bad thing, but whether you like Dongala Mutha or not depends largely on whether you care enough for unconventionality for its own sake - most audiences are unlikely to be excited by a mere dare to be "different", if the end product isn't overwhelming enough.