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Goodachari's trailer had hinted that something special is on its way. It had promised a thriller that will keep you glued to the seats. Has the film starring Adivi Sesh in the lead role lived up to the expectations? Read Goodachari review to get the answer.
Goodachari takes us through the life of a youngster named Gopi whose ambition is to become a spy agent and serve the country just like his father. After multiple attempts, he gets inducted into one of the organizations, but things turn turtle for him after a particular incident.
The plot of the film is interesting and much in the lines of many a spy movies that have come up in the past. But, what makes Goodachari interesting is the way in which the story unveils in a step-by-step manner. The script of the film has been carefully knit with the twists and turns embedded in the narrative. The surprises and inquisitive elements have been placed in a uniform manner. Kudos to Adivi Sesh for coming up with a script that serves the purpose of a spy thriller.
Sasikaran Tikka has made an impressive debut as a film-maker and has handled the genre with care. Due credits for making the film a racy thriller, much in the lines of Hollywood spy thrillers. The way in which he has handled the interval sequence shows how talented he is. In many of the portions, he has been able to keep the audiences on the edge of their seat.
At the same time, Goodachari does have its own share of minor flaws. It is indeed an ambitious project; but one would feel like it should have been made under a bigger canvas. The interval portion is one of the biggest highlights of the movie; but some of the proceedings in the second half would give you a feel like it has lost on the big impact that the initial half had created. But still, the team pulls it back on the right track later with some engaging twists and turns.
Adivi Sesh is in top form as a spy agent and he does complete justice to the character. Prakash Raj comes up with a commendable performance as usual. Sobhitha Dhulipala also makes an impact as the leading lady. There is a big surprise actor's entry in the film and he does steal the show with his stunning performance. Supriya, Vennela Kishore, etc., were also convincing in their roles.
Shaneil Deo, the cinematographer of the film, has set some excellent frames. Editing is slick and suits the genre of the movie. BGM too helps in building the tension and the racy mood of the film. The action choreography is also impressive, as we get to see some quality stunts.
Goodachari serves its purpose of being a good spy thriller and it has been neatly packaged with well-placed twists and unexpected surprises. The movie would cater well to the followers of this genre.