Gandharwa Movie Review: George Reddy fame Sandeep Madhav’s much-awaited film called Gandharwa has finally released today in the theaters as the filmmakers didn’t promote the film and many people have no idea about the film, However, the film has made with unique point and that’s what made the film looks interesting and the film has been getting some decent reviews, so let’s delve into the in-depth review of the film and let’s know whether the film is worth watching or not.
Gandharwa depicts the story of Avinash(Sandeep Madhav) who works in the Indian Army in 1971 while going to rejoin duty he met with an accident and suddenly he woke up with the same attire and same but in 2021, Finally, what was the reason for him to travel past to future is the rest of the tale.
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.
|Music Director||Rock Shakeel|
|Producer||Funny Fox Entertainments|
|Cast||Sandeep Madhav, Gayatri R. Suresh, and Sheetal Bhatt|
|Editor||Baswa Pydi Reddy|
Sandeep Madhav is one of the most underrated actors as he is renowned for biopics like Vangaveeti and George Reddy, However, for the first time, he tried in his own way, as the movie point seems too good but it looks so artificial on screen because of too many commercial elements.
The film starts off well with proper story establishment but it falters within 30 min as the film shifts into unnecessary comedy scenes, However, the film failed to hold the interest throughout the film, but the film has a few blocks that make you interested partially, and the climax could have been better.
Sandeep Madhav as Avinash is just oaky as he looks unreal in the military role and Vijay character he played well and Posani Krishan Murali has done well in creating some interest to watch with his comedy timing and rest of the cast did well.
Technically, Gandharva is just okay and Jawahar Reddy’s cinematography is not up to the mark Rap Rock Shakeel’s background score is good in some parts, and rest of the departments did their best.
Finally, Gandharwa is a one-time watch film, if you have nothing to watch then go for it.