Gangs of Godavari Review

Gangs of Godavari Review
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Director: Krishna Chaitanya
Producer: Naga Vamsi - Sai Soujanya
Release Date: Fri 31st May 2024
Actors: Vishwak Sen, Anjali, Neha Shetty, Sai Kumar, Nassar, Hyper Aadi, Madhunandan, Praveen, Goparaju Ramana, Prudhviraj, Ayesha Khan etc..
Gangs of Godavari Movie Rating: 2.25 / 5
Punchline: Gangs of Godavari - Godatlo Godava !

Gangs of Godavari (2024) Movie: What's Behind

Vishwak Sen has carved a niche for himself by exploring a variety of genres in his films. His latest project, Gangs of Godavari.. promises to captivate audiences once again. The teaser and trailer, laden with mass appeal, have piqued the interest of movie lovers. Let's delve into the impact Vishwak Sen has made with Gangs of Godavari.

Gangs of Godavari Telugu Movie: Story Review

Gangs of Godavari story is all about an person from the lower strata and how he rose through the ranks to become the powerful and influential person and the consequences he faced there after. Lankala Ratnakar (Vishwak Sen), hailing from Kovvuru, dreams of achieving fame by any means necessary. His ambition leads him to become an MLA, adopting the moniker Tiger Ratnakar. However, this rise to power garners numerous enemies along the way. The story unfolds to reveal the ultimate consequences of his actions and the roles played by key characters like MLA Dorasami Raju (Goparaju Ramana) and Nanaji (Nasser). Additionally, the narrative explores Ratnakar's relationships with Bujji (Neha Shetty) and Rathnamala (Anjali), weaving a complex web of intrigue and drama.

Vishwak Sen's Gangs of Godavari: Artists Review

Vishwak Sen is renowned for his versatile performances and intense action. After taking on various genre roles, he embraces an out-and-out mass character in "Gangs of Godavari." He effectively showcases his expressions and mannerisms, exuding strong screen presence. His delivery of powerful dialogues is seamless, and he enacts intense action scenes with commendable effort.

Neha Shetty looks good on screen and performs well, though her screen presence is limited, especially in the first half. She conveys emotions effectively in key scenes.

Anjali leaves a mark with her performance in an important role, surprising fans with a different look and a compelling portrayal. The supporting cast delivers accordingly, with Nasser, Hyper Aadi, Praveen, Prudhviraj, and Madhunandan being adequate. However, Goparaju Ramana surprisingly seems miscast in his role. Ayesha Khan sparked in a special song.

Gangs of Godavari Movie: Technicians Review

Gangs of Godavari, directed by Krishna Chaitanya, is a mass action entertainer set against the rustic backdrop of Godavari. The story follows the protagonist's rise to the top position in a gang, a premise seen in many similar films, making Gangs of Godavari feel all too familiar.

The film's predictable scenes and lackluster drama fail to offer anything new, testing the patience of viewers. The execution often feels amateurish and childish, with a noticeable absence of originality.

The narration lacks the necessary twists and turns to keep the audience engaged. Despite numerous events unfolding on screen, there is little that connects with the viewers. Krishna Chaitanya's idea had potential, but his failure to delve into the depth of each character, instead jumping abruptly from one to another, results in an irritating viewing experience. The screenplay and direction lack the necessary spice, and a bit more fine-tuning of the script could have made a significant difference.

On a positive note, Yuvan Shankar Raja makes a terrific comeback to Tollywood with a powerful and thumping background score that elevates the scenes. Anith Madhadi's cinematography is commendable, showcasing the Godavari locations and their natural beauty in a realistic manner. Naveen Nooli's editing is adequate but could have been more streamlined. The dialogues are mostly ordinary, with only a few standing out. Production values are solid, contributing to the film's overall presentation.

Overall, Gangs of Godavari falls short of its potential, with its strengths in music and cinematography overshadowed by a predictable and poorly executed narrative.

Gangs of Godavari: Advantages

  • Vishwak Sen
  • BGM
  • Cinematography
  • Action Blocks

Gangs of Godavari: Disadvantages

  • Story
  • Casting Mismatch
  • Over the top scenes

Gangs of Godavari: Rating Analysis

Altogether, Gangs of Godavari turns out to be a routine and outdated mass action film. While Vishwak Sen, known as Mass Ka Das, impresses with his mass mannerisms and impactful performances, the film suffers due to Krishna Chaitanya's predictable storyline and script. Considering these aspects, Cinejosh gives Gangs of Godavari a rating of 2.25 stars.

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