Gandharwa Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Gandharwa Telugu Movie Review: George Reddy’s renown Gandharwa, Sandeep Madhav’s long-awaited film, is finally in theatres today, despite the fact that the filmmakers did not promote the film and many people are unaware of its existence. However, the film has a unique premise, which is what makes it interesting, and it has received positive reviews, so let’s examine the film in detail to determine if it’s worthwhile to watch.

Gandharwa Telugu Movie Review

Story

Gandharwa tells the story of Avinash (Sandeep Madhav), a soldier in the Indian Army in 1971 who was returning to duty when he was involved in an accident and awoke in 2021 wearing the same clothes. The remainder of the story explains why he travelled into the past and future.

Cast & Crew

Gandharwa starring, Sandeep Madhav, Gayatri R. Suresh, and Sheetal Bhatt, and the film was directed by Apsar, Cinematography has done by Jawahar Reddy, Music has composed by Rap Rock Shakeel and the film is produced by Funny Fox Entertainments.

Movie Name Gandharwa
Director Apsar
Music Director Rock Shakeel
Producer Funny Fox Entertainments
Genre Family, Thriller
Cast Sandeep Madhav, Gayatri R. Suresh, and Sheetal Bhatt
Editor Baswa Pydi Reddy

Movie Verdict

Sandeep Madhav is one of the most underrated actors, as he is well-known for biopics such as Vangaveeti and George Reddy. However, for the first time, he attempted to act in his own style, as the film’s premise is excellent, but it appears artificial on screen due to the presence of too many commercial elements.
The film begins well with proper story establishment, but it deteriorates within 30 minutes as it shifts into unnecessary comedy scenes. The film fails to maintain the audience’s interest throughout, but there are a few blocks that make you partially interested, and the conclusion could have been better.
Sandeep Madhav’s performance as Avinash is ludicrous, as he appears unreal in the military role and Vijay character he portrayed well. Posani Krishan Murali’s comic timing created some viewing interest, and the rest of the cast performed admirably.
Technically, Gandharva is average, and Jawahar Reddy’s cinematography falls short of expectations. The background score for Rock Shakeel is good in parts, and the other departments did their best.
Finally, Gandharwa is a film that you should only watch once if you have nothing else to watch.

Rating: 3/5

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