Goodachari Review

Raghuveer belonging to Trinethra, an Indian Spy Agency gets killed in an operation in Sikkim. His son, Gopi (Adivi Sesh) was raised by his uncle (Prakash Raj) who is also from Trinetha. While Gopi is passionate about following his father, his uncle do not want that to happen. Gopi after several attempts gets in but unfortunately gets framed as Terrorist. The rest is all about how he unearths the entire conspiracy and restores his glory.

Adivi Sesh excelled in the role of a secret agent and also appeared to have improved a little in the emotional episodes as well. Prakash Raj plays a crucial role and is good. Supriya Yarlagadda in her comeback and Sobhitha in her Telugu debut are okay. Vennela Kishore is good as well.

Debut Director Sashi Kiran Thikka did a decent job. Making a film of such quality despite budget restrictions is great. Adivi Sesh did a phenomenal job with the script. Abburi Ravi's dialogues are decent. The action episodes are slick and stylish. Shaneil Deo's camera work is good while Background score by Sricharan Pakala is a major plus. Songs are good on screen. Editing has been superb. Production Values are okay.

Goodachari is a Very Good Spy Action Thriller as it takes the audience by surprise with good twists and gripping narration. The first half is very good and things are taken to the next level form the Pre-Interval. The second half has some drag initially but picks towards the end. Despite some issues, Goodachari is well-executed and makes a good watch.

Despite some issues, Goodachari is well-executed and makes a good watch. (3) - NR