Dussasana is all about current political system and the drawbacks of it. Posani have left no stone unturned in targeting our current politicians and systems in the society through Dussasana. The issues the movie deals with and the questions that are raised are meaningful and realistic, and hence the dialogue gets the maximum attention from the audiences.
Dussasana talks about the angst of a man who calls himself the Common Man. His methods are occasionally cruel, but if you get down to thinking about it, his logic is exactly the stuff the conversations of the aam aadmi are indeed made of. For example, forcing an MLA and his family to drink and bathe in the same sewage water that was supplied to his voters - you sure have wished for it some time in life. Despite his scathing, and sometimes brutal, modus operandi, you find yourself cheering for the Common Man and wanting to see where this goes.
Star Cast: Srikanth,Sanjana, Tashu Kaushik, Brahmanandam, Krishna Bhagawan, Kondavalasa, Tanikella Bharani, Kota Srinivas Rao, Chalapati Rao, Ambika Krishna
DVD Features: DTS®, Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround, English Subtitles,NTSC All Regions
Banner: Laughing Lords Entertainments
Director: Posani Krishnamurali
Producer: Murali Krishna
A Man who calls himself as a common man (Srikanth) does weird things and makes weird statements in the name of justice. In this process, he slaps the politicians (Kota Srinivasa Rao, Tanikella Bharani, Chalapathi Rao) and further kidnaps the daughter of the Chief Minister (Sanjana) along with a news correspondent Sunitha (Tashu Kaushik). The problem goes to the C.M and later on the investigation starts by the police about the so-called common man. Who is this common man and what is his story? Why is he taking law into his hands forms the rest of the story.