After a year post the disastrous result of his sequel to his horror-comedy Raju Gari Gadhi 2, director Ohmkar has returned with the third installment starring his own brother and Avika Gor. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Raju gari gadhi 3 review.
The hero is always in an atrocious mode in his locality, and he falls for the heroine, a doctor whose father, is a famous black magician in Kerala who uses spirits to threaten and chase people who propose love to her. The hero gets help from another female magician to face these challenges but there's a twist. What challenges the hero faces, and how he overcomes the obstacles of spirits is what Raju Gari Gadhi 3 is all about.
Ashwin Babu tries hard to emote but fails badly as his face doesn't move a bit, while Avika Gor as the spirit possessed woman is good. Ajay Ghosh and Urvashi give few genuine laughs and the rest of the cast including Brahmaji, Ali, Dhanraj, Hari Teja are just adequate.
Director Ohmkar after his initial Movie has been opting for remakes to extend Raju gari gadhi as a franchise and while second part itself was a failure this time he's gone for third part with remake of Dhilluku dhuddu 2 and has made a pathetic work of the remake. His brother Ashwin Babu is the weakest part of the movie as he could not emote and fails to match Santhanam in original. Though comedy appeals in few parts of the screenplay, the movie doesn't engage much especially due to the lead actor and the unwanted songs and extended scenes. Despite decent technical values and occasional fun moments, Raju Gari Gadhi 3 ends as an unnecessary remake.