Movie Reviews

Goodachari

Director by:       Sashi Kiran Tikka
Producer by:     Abhishek Pictures
Written by: Sashi Kiran Tikka,Abburi Ravi,Adivi Sesh
Starring:    Adivi Sesh,Sobhita Dhulipala,Prakash Raj
Music by:    Sricharan Pakala
Cinematography:    Shaneil Deo
Edited by:    Garry Bh
Production company:    Abhishek Pictures,People Media Factory,Vista Dream Merchants
Release date:     August 3,2018
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Arjun’s (Adivi Sesh) father, who works for National security agency gets killed by a terrorist group. Taking his father as an inspiration, Arjun also joins the agency after a lot of attempts.

Story

Arjun’s (Adivi Sesh) father, who works for National security agency gets killed by a terrorist group. Taking his father as an inspiration, Arjun also joins the agency after a lot of attempts. After finishing his training, Arjun is assigned a mission. But even before he embarks on it, Arjun is framed in the murder of his own agency bosses. This is the time when Arjun finds out that his mission is even bigger than what he thought and has a personal connection to it. What is that twist and how does he solve the mission is the entire story of the film.

Plus Points in this movie

Tollywood is seeing a drastic change in terms of movie making and Goodachari is the latest example as it takes Telugu cinema standard a notch higher. For all those who complain that spy thrillers or action flicks in Hollywood style are hard to make in Telugu, Goodachari is the answer. The film is taut, gripping, filled with ample twists that will keep you throroughly entertained.

Adivi Sesh leads from the front and he needs to be credited for setting a story like this in Telugu nativity which looks totally believable. His writing is crisp as the plot never looks over the top and the logical errors are hard to find. Performance wise too, Sesh has done a superb job. Coupled with his handsome looks, Sesh is superb as the spy and does well in all the action department as well.

Shobita Dhulipala makes a strong debut and is a perfect fit in her role. Her chemistry with Sesh was amazing. Prakash Raj was terrific in the supporting role. Vennela Kishore is impressing with every role of his these days and he will surprise you with his performance in Goodachari.

Minus Points in this movie

After a riveting first half, things get a bit slow. Not that the proceedings are bad, it is just the twists are revealed and this is why things get a bit slow.

Even though Supriya looks perfect in a serious role, her character should have been given more depth. Once the suspense is revealed, things become slightly predictable during the pre-climax.