Director : Sashi Kiran Tikka
Production company: Abhishek Pictures
Music Director : Sricharan Pakala
Cast : Adivi Sesh, Shobitha Dulipala, Prakash Raj
Release Date: 3rd August 2018
Goodachari, a spy thriller drama starring Adivi Sesh and Sobhita Dhulipala, helmed by Sashi Kiran Tikka, has hit the theaters today. Let’s see the story line:
Story: Gopi alias Arjun is passionate about joining national security agencies like his father, who died for the country in 1995. Satya (Prakash Raj) is Arjun’s uncle. After many failed attempts, Arjun has been recruited by Trinetra – A Raw Agency. He comes in the contact of Sameera (Sobitha Dulipala) and falls for her. Arjun is on the mission to find the culprits of the assassinations occurred. After twist and turns, he finds the real truth about his life. What is the that truth? Who is the main culprit? That forms the rest of the story.
- Adivi Sesh
- Interval block
- Few scenes in 2nd half
Performance: Adivi Sesh is classy as a secret agent. He got an opportunity to play entire gamut of emotions and he justifies it with his performance. He is pretty good in climax episode where he has to enact multiple emotions at the same time. His body language and look suited to the role. Shobitha Dulipala performs her character with ease. Prakash Raj , Madhu Shalini, Ravi Prakash, Vennela Kishore, and others justify with their roles.
Technical: . Interval bang of the film is spot on and sets up the pace for the rest of the proceedings. Credit should go to Adavi Sesh for penning such a unique story. The Camera work is top notch and showcases the film in a engaging mood. A special mention about the music director Sricharan Pakala, who has given a thumping background score which lifts the film decently. The director Sashi Kiran Tikka has narrated the film in a gripping manner and did not shy away in showcasing some hard hitting twists and turns. The production values and editing is good.
Analysis: Tollywood is surprising us with some out of the box and sensible films. Goodachari falls in that category and does not fall for the so called commercial trap. Racy narration, suspense factor and terrific performances from the lead cast are huge assets of Goodachari. Go watch it.