Don Telugu Dubbed Movie Review & Ratings

Don Telugu Dubbed Movie Review: Sivakarthikeyan is one of Tamil cinema’s most underappreciated actors. Due to the success of Doctor in Telugu, his popularity increased. With self-assurance, he produced the action-comedy-drama picture, Don. Don was a highly anticipated Tamil film, however, it was released in Telugu on 13 May 2022 to positive reviews from critics and the public. So, let’s evaluate Don to see whether it’s worth viewing.

Don Telugu Dubbed Movie Review


Don is a film about college life. Don (Sivakarthikeyan) is a nonchalant college student whose father has always emphasized the importance of education and how it is the only path to prosperity. On the contrary, he has no interest in education and is on a quest to identify and develop his potential. In the meantime, the generates problems for the teachers and principal by highlighting the pupils’ issues. When one of his friends dies, though, the plot takes an unexpected turn. Will he acknowledge his talent eventually? The remainder of the narrative concentrates on what transpired after the death of his friend.

Cast & Crew

Don, which starred Sivakarthikeyan, Priyanka Mohan, SJ Suryah, Samuthirakani, and Soori, was directed by Cibi Chakaravarthi. The film was directed by K.M. Bhaskaran, scored by Anirudh, and produced by Subaskaran and Sivakarthikeyan in association with Lyca Productions and Sivakarthikeyan Productions.

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

Movie Verdict

Not only is Sivakarthikeyan an actor, but he is also the film’s producer and songwriter. The plot of Don is scarcely original, as several films have dealt with college life, student issues, etc., but what made Don intriguing was the comedy. You could have watched the humor for two and a half hours without becoming bored. Aside from that, this film lacks emotions, and the director fails to incorporate them.

After approximately 15 minutes, the film devolves into a normal collegiate drama, despite a promising beginning. During the proceedings, however, director Cibi Chakaravarthi addressed one of the major themes of self-discovery, namely that many individuals live for others rather than for themselves, and this point would resonate with a large number of young people.
In the first half, there was nothing new to see, but in the second half, student Don and the Principal began a cat-and-mouse game, and the ending could have been better.
Soori has done justice to his role, Priyanka Arul Mohan is adorable but has little space to shine, and the rest of the cast has played wonderfully. Sivakarthikeyan has nailed the role on film, however, SJ Suryah’s performance as Principle has rendered us speechless.
K.M. Bhaskaran’s photography is not up to par, but Sivakathikeyan and Anirudh have made a successful combo. The remainder of the technical staff performed admirably.
Finally, Don is a film that youngsters must view only once.

Movie Rating: 3/5

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