Goodachari Movie Review: Get Ready For A Thrilling Ride
Goodachari is a thriller film which stars Adivi Sesh and Prakash Raj in lead roles. The film is directed by Sashi Kiran Tikka. The film releases today.
Spy thrillers have been mainly popular in Hollywood with popular franchises like James Bond and Mission Impossible series which have been keeping the fans engaged and thrilled most of the time. Goodachari has the perfect element to make it look like yet another spy thriller which is very engaging and intense. This will set an example to other film industries in India as well.
The plot revolves around a young man named Gopi (Adivi Sesh) who lives with his uncle (Prakash Raj) who has been taking care of him since the day when his father was killed during his childhood. His uncle has been very protective about him and he vowed to not to bring him to the world of a spy. But circumstances force Gopi to join a program called Trinetra which is created by RAW (Research & Analysis Wing) to blend into any part of the world like a ghost and use tactical skills to get information during every operation. Apart from being a trained agent, he also has a love interest Sameera whom he wants to spend time with. Fate turns the tables when he is accused of murdering the senior officials of RAW and he's on the run to find the true culprit.
The plot seems similar to Angelina Jolie's Salt and Matt Damon's Bourne series which also had pulsating action and nail-biting moments which made the viewers guessing every minute and this one also has those moments which are just perfect for a spy thriller and keep the viewers edge-of-their-seats.
The background score keeps the film engaging and it serves as the USP for the film. The film will never leave you disappointed especially when there are no OTT moments in the film, the film will leave you satisfied with its performance.
Overall, this one will be a perfect one to watch this weekend and get ready to be blown away with tension and thrill.
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