Raju Gari Gadhi 3 Review: Avika Gor and Ashwin Babu Starrer Horror comedy movie Raju Gari Gadhi 3, directed by Ohmkar has hit the theaters today on 18th October. The posters and trailer of Raju Gari Gadhi 3 have created hype among audiences .Ali, Brahmaji, Urvasi, Dhanraj and others are playing the supporting roles. Let’s see the story of Raju Gari Gadhi 3.
Story: An unknown spirit guards Maya (Avika Gor) against any possible threats from eve teasers. She is a doctor by profession. Ashwin (Ashwin Babu) is an auto driver who creates a big nuisance in his colony. Now the colony members of Ashwin, make a special plan and make Ashwin fall in love with Maya. When he proposes to her, strange things start happening with Ashwin. What happens when true love flourishes between Maya and Ashwin Babu? Who is Maya? How will Ashwin solve all this mystery, form the rest of the Story.
- Avika Gor
- First half dull
Performance: The actors do a very good job, mainly good performances have been extracted from all the actors. Ashwin Babu and Avika Gor are good, while the others, too, carry the film on their shoulders. Ashwin Babu performs well and he also looks good in dance. Avika Gor and does well in her limited role. Brahmaji as the helpless doctor is fine. Dhanraj gets limited role.Ali’ comedy is good on the screen. He evokes good comedy throughout the film. Ajay Ghosh as the fake baba is ok. Prabhas Sreenu, Hari Teja, and Getup Sreenu and others perform accordingly.
Technical: There is no seriousness in the script of Raju Gari Gadhi 3. The first half is dull as there is nothing special. The story starts only in the second half. The technical aspects, mainly the music by Shabir and the cinematography by Chota K Naidu are good. Ohmkar’ direction only works in parts. He tries to entertain the movie lovers with good doses of comedy. Dialogues of Raju Gari Gadhi 3 deserve special mention as they are funny. Editing is neat.
Analysis: Raju Gari Gadhi 3 is good horror comedy entertainer movie. There’s a s*xually provocative dance number that has no relevance to the plot. Ali, Urvashi, Ajay Ghosh and Dhanraj’s comedy works for a brief period. The climax doesn’t leave any one to shock or awe.