Raju Gari Gadhi 3 Movie Reviews & Ratings
Raju Gari Gadhi 3 (Gadi /RGG 3) featuring Ashwin Babu and Avika Gor in the lead roles and Director Ohmkar’s Telugu movie have received positive reviews and ratings from the audience. Raju Gari Gadhi 3 is a horror comedy film, which is the third installment in the Raju Gari Gadhi franchise. It is about paranormal incidents occurring in and around an old bungalow. Produced by Oak Entertainments, the movie has received a U/A certificate from the censor board and its runtime is 2.02 hours.
Raju Gari Gadhi 3 hit the cinemas today amid competition from ‘Operation Gold Fish’. Its trailer did make a modest impact, although it couldn’t create the kind of interest that the trailers of its first two editions did. What does the horror film have it store? Is it more about comedy or horror? Can the film be expected to impress the audience? Here we tell you in this review.
Raju Gari Gadhi 3 Movie Review
Horror comedies were once the most successful genre in Tollywood. But with the success of the same genre, the Zayn films were also boring for audiences. The filmmakers also said goodbye to the type of films. Despite the intermittent comedy horror that followed, there were no big impressions. In the meantime, there is no single comedy horror film except Anando Brahma. At this time, the director of the comedy horror film, Omkar. Omkar, who received a super hit with the king’s room, was later disappointed with the king’s room 2. However, Rajakari made room for a room 3, keeping in view the same series that gave him success.
Omkar made his debut in the style of his own style by taking the Duddu 2 movie line to Dillu, a success in Kollywood. Ashwin Babu has been launched as a solo hero with the film, promising that the white dress will only come until his brothers and sisters are given a chance. And Omkar’s effort is worth it ..? Does Ashwin Babu impress as a solo hero? How much justice does Avika do in Tamanna’s role? Let’s look at these things in Review.
The story is the key to horror comedies. However, Omkar seems to be making the film without any real story. Nowhere is there a stronger reason for the romance between hero heroines and ghosts into the original story. A magical power that was introduced hundreds of years ago accidentally protects a girl named Maya (Avika Gore). Whoever falls for the girl .. Saying that she loves them, troubles them ..?
Maya, however, thinks this is being done by her father Garuda Pillai (Ajay Ghosh), a Malayalam wizard. At the same time, he prefers a boy named Ashwin (Ashwin Babu), who saved him from an accident. Ashwin also likes magic. But Maya, who is aware of her condition, leaves Kerala to tell her to talk. Ashwin, who went to Kerala for the Maya, found that Garuda Pillai was not a force to protect Maya. And what is that power? Who launched it? How did Ashwin and his tricks come together? That’s the rest of the story.
The director, who started the film as an interesting with a horror element, later dismissed the point entirely. In an attempt to protect his younger brother into a mass hero, he ran a commercial formula film with songs, comedy, and fights. The original story does not begin when Ashwin, his uncle (Ali), embarrasses the colony people throughout the first half and confines them to a love story between heroes. The comedy scenes in the colony were impressed… In the first half of the original story, the audience is feeling the burden. In addition, routine comedy scenes are more annoying to those who call it horror-comedy.
By the time of Interval Black, the story seems a little groovy, but even after the lack of interesting scenes, the narrative feels good. The comedy scenes, especially in the pre-climax, seem to be fine for a while, but then feel very stretched. The less climax, the less talked about. Buildup gives the impression that the ghost does not fall ill, unless some hidden locksmith texts, and it does not seem so convivial that the ghost is finally crushed by the hero.
Ashwin, who made his debut as a solo hero, did his full justice. He was impressed with the comedy as well as the love scenes. Some weighty scenes have yet to mature. Avika got herself into a habitual role. It was a shock to the audience with its look and performance at the climax. Ali made a full-length role as the hero’s uncle. He was impressed with his kind of mannerisms and dialogue delivery. Ajay Ghosh as the Malayalam magician and Urvashi as the royal master impressed the extent of them. Other roles include Brahmaji, Shivashankar Master, Hariteja and Prabhas Srinu in the first half.
Music is the key to horror movies. However, the music was minus the film. Not a single song in particular. The feeling of being in the climax of a crucial climax was a deejay. The background music is also okay. Senior cinematographer Chhotake Naidu tried his best to save the film. Horror tried to intimidate Janer with lighting and camera angles. Dialogues Sai Madhav Burra is credible for this film. Sai Madhav, who has spoken to such wonderful films as Gauthami Putra Satakarni and Saira Narasimhareddi, feels that the film has been reduced to the point where it has not made its mark.
Raju Gari Gadhi 3 Movie Story
Ashwin predictably invites trouble when he falls in love with Maya. To save himself from the mysterious ghost, he moves to Kerala to negotiate with the heroine’s father. There he comes to know some strange facts about Maya.
Raju Gari Gadhi 3 Movie Positive Points
- The ensemble cast carries the burden of eliciting laughs in the second half.
- The long episode involving the lead man, Ali, Ajay Ghosh and Urvasi is decent.
- Technical departments make the frames appealing.
- The storyline itself is weak. The flashback makes any interest in the film disappear.
- Director Ohmkar banks on comedy, which is anyways not only short-lived but also over-the-top.
- The proceedings get too loud at times.
- Trying to show Ashwin Babu as a star hero was a big mistake. He even has a mass introduction number.
- The film has got not a single scary moment. There is no antagonist per se. Most of the ghosts are comic pieces.
- A big minus is that the heroine’s character is forgotten at every step in the movie.
- The comedy track involving Brahmaji and Get-up Sreenu is too low-end.