Godse Telugu Movie Review: TFI’s most talented actor, Satyadev, has had some success with his movies. In the midst of the competition, he has released an action thriller titled Godse, which opened on the same day as one of his most well-known films, Virata Parvam. Despite this, the film has done well in theatres, so without further ado, let’s dive right into our assessment.
While no one understands why Godse is assassinating corrupt politicians, a police investigator appointed by the government learns the truth about Godse during the course of her inquiry, leading to an extensive education fraud. Finally, the sting in the tail explains why a good man like Godse turned aggressive.
Cast & Crew
There are several actors in Godse, including Satya Dev, Aishwarya Lekshmi (as well as Jia Sharma), Guru Charan (as well as Noel Sean), Varghese (as Varghese), Prudhvi Raj (as Noel Sean), Priyadarshi (as Priyadarshi), Chaitanya Krishna (as Chaitanya Krishna), and so on. The film is directed by Gopi.
|Director||Gopi Ganesh Pattabhi|
|Music Director||Sandy Addanki|
|Cast||Satya dev, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Jia Sharma, Brahmaji, Tanikella Bharani, Nagababu Konidela, Sijju Menon, Varghese, Prudhvi raj, Noel Sean, Priyadarshi, Chaitanya Krishna, Pawan Santhosh, Guru Charan|
Despite the film’s promising start with Satya Dev’s introduction and his voice-over, the film lost its momentum after only a few minutes and Satya saved the day by making you sit through 2 and a half hours. Despite the film’s promising start with Satya Dev’s introduction and his voice-over, the film lost its momentum after only a few minutes and Satya saved the day by making you sit through 2 and a half hours.
Despite the fact that she is a good actor, Aishwarya Lekshmi’s debut film was underwhelming, despite the fact that she had ample screen time and a strong lead role; however, her make-up was a major hindrance to her performance, and Bramhaji, as usual, killed the film. The rest of the cast also performed admirably, with the exception of the underwhelming Aishwarya Lekshmi.
Even though Gopi Ganesh Pattabhi has an outspoken position on social concerns, as evidenced in Bluff Master, he was unable to captivate an audience with his concept because of the film’s lack of a commercial style. However, his monologues are thought-provoking.
Godse looks well from a technical standpoint, although the cinematography and music by Sandy Addanki could have been better. The rest of the technical crew, on the other hand, performed an excellent job.
It’s worth seeing if you enjoy action movies with a serious undertone.