Review: Goodachari(Adivi Sesh, Sobhita)

Review: Goodachari(Adivi Sesh, Sobhita)

Cast : Adivi Sesh, Sobhita Dhulipala, Prakash Raj
Music: Sricharan Pakala
DOP : Shaneil Deo
Producers : Abhishek Pictures
Director : Sashi Kiran Tikka

So much is expected from Goodachari as the trailers have raised the tempo for the film. The film has managed to make its way to the screens today. Read on to see how the film turns out to be.

Story:
Arjun played by Adivi Sesh joins the RAW as a trainee. There, he is assigned a mission to nab a famous terrorist who is creating havoc all over the country. But to Arjun's shock, the terrorist is connected to him in real life. So will Arjun choose his relations over his country is needed to be seen on the screen?

Performances:
Adivi Sesh is very handsome as the spy and he gives a double dose to the film with his writing as well. To write a spy thriller and that too in a day and age where everyone needs to understand is a hard job and Sesh does it with ease. Pawan Kalyan's heroine, Supriya makes a comeback after 18 years and she is gritty as the lady officer. 

Prakash Raj is as usual in his supporting role. Heroine Shobita Dhulipala looks her part and is a nice fit in the entire setup. Vennela Kishore comes in as a surprise packet and shines in whatever he is given. Madhu Shalini is neat as the RAW officer.

Technicalities:
The film is made with a budget of 4 crores but that is not the case when you see things on screen as the visuals are spectacular. The background score is of international standard and the set up itself reminds you of Hollywood films. 

The first half is made up of super fun thrills and fights and the interval bang will surely surprise you in a big way. The film has the potential of bringing in good crowds as the moments created looks real and enjoyable. The way the dost are also connected in a such a tricky story is also worth appreciation.

What Clicks:
Gripping narration
Adivi Sesh
Editing and BGM

What Flops:
Pre-climax

Overall Analysis:
Action thrillers of Hollywood style are very rarely made in Tollywood. Here is one man in the form of Adivi Sesh who makes things click with his arresting writing and screenplay. There is no dull moment in the film as Goodachari's Tollywood's Mission Impossible from Adivi Sesh and co. Watch this film ASAP.