Movie Review: Good Luck Sakhi
Director: Nagesh Kukunoor
Producers: Sudheer Chandra Padiri, Shravya Varma
Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
Starring: Keerthy Suresh, Aadhi Pinishetty, Jagapathi Babu & Others
Release Date: 28th January 2022
The woman- centric film, starring Keerthi Suresh as the leading woman of the whole film, which runs fully around Keerthi. The film under review marks the telugu language debut of renowned director Nagesh Kukunoor.
In this film, Keerthi Suresh played as Sakhi , who is a pamar in her village. She is treated as the unluckiest woman in her village. Besides, she has an inborn talent for shooting. It takes her childhood buddy Aadhi Pinisetti, who is called as Goliraju. He is a Superstar Theater artist in the district.
Other lead Character in the film Jagapathi Babu played as a coach for shooting sport. In fact he is a retired colonel who returns to his hometown looking for the best shooters. Sakhi’s friend Goliraju introduces her to the colonel. Impressed with her shooting skills, the colonel starts training her. The rest of the story determines what happened during the training, did Sakhi achieve her goal? Did she become the winner?.
Keerthi suresh performed well and she completely involved in the character and looked beautiful as a village resident. Jagapathi Babu is very fair as the coach, and his dialogue delivery is perfectly good and Aadhi did justice as a supporting character. DSP’s music is the main asset for many scenes.
The director Nagesh has come up with a regular sports drama. One expects solid emotions and twists and turns in a sports based film. But The film has lost emotional content. There is no Curiosity among the audience to watch on the part of Keerthi whether she succeed or not.
This film is a dilated sports drama, which couldn’t help in making the movie a winner. Thus, the film has failed to fascinate the audience.