Omkar and his brother have teamed up for a horror comedy called Raju Gari Gadhi 3 which has made its way to the movie theaters. Read on to see if the film lives up to all the hype or not.
Story: Ashwin is an auto driver who is hated by his colony members. To teach him a lesson they get him in touch with Maya played by Avika Gor who has a dreaded and scary past. Anyone who proposes to her gets beaten up badly by spirits. So Ashwin also joins the fun and proposes to her. Once he does that new problems erupt for him. What are those and how did he come out is the whole crux of the story.
Performances: Ashwin is better now in the looks and acting department. He has worked hard on the film and this shows on the screen. Avika Gor has nothing to do and now understand why Tamannaah walked out of the film as she had no role at all.
Ali is the biggest highlight as his comedy evokes solid fun in the film. His combination with Ajay Ghosh is superb. Ajay Ghosh is also deadly and hilarious at the same time. Oorvashi was also good in her role. Dhanraj was neat as Sivudu. Brahmaji managed few laughs.
Analysis: Omkar had decided that he would make the third part with only fun and nothing else. So he has written the fun part well. He adds many scenes in the second half filled with fun that they keep the audience continuously laughing.
But to enjoy that one has to go through the lethargic first half where there is no story at all. Also as many scenes are filled with comedy, there is no logic. The evil spirits are showcased in a stupid manner and fun is generated through them.
After a point one should seriously forget what’s happening and just enjoy the horror comedy. If you think like that and enjoy the film it would be better. But if think logically and try to analyse what’s happening you will be disappointed.