777 Charlie Telugu Movie Review: Rakshit Shetty is one of Kannada’s most underrated actors because he always tries unique content and even if it doesn’t work, he tries something else. His last outing, Athade Srimannarayana, was an experimented film that didn’t fare well, but without losing hope, he comes up with another unique film called 777 Charlie. This film sets a lot of expectations as the trailer grabbed the attention of not only the audience but also celebrities who tweeted about
Dharma (Rakshit Shetty) is a lonely man with no purpose in life; he eats and sleeps, in the same manner, every day, and he suffers from anxiety. However, Dharma’s life changed dramatically when a dog named Charlie entered his life; at first, he was irritated by Charlie, but later he fell in love with him, and Charlie showed Dharma a new perspective on life. However, Dharma and Charlie decided to explore life one day, and both began traveling to different locations. During this time, Dharma realized the worth of life and the importance of relationships, as he couldn’t live without Charlie. Finally, the rest of the story is about how long Dharma and Charlie’s relationship would last.
Cast & Crew
The film 777 Charlie stars Rakshit Shetty, Sangeetha Sringeri, Raj B Shetty, Danish Sait, and Bobby Simha, and was directed by Kiranraj K. Arvind S Kashyap did the cinematography. G S Gupta and Rakshit Shetty produced the film, and Nobin Paul provided the music.
|Cast Leads||Rakshit Shetty, Sangeetha Sringeri, Raj B Shetty, Danish Sait, Bobby Simha|
|Producer||G S Gupta and Rakshit Shetty|
|Written by||Kiranraj K|
|DOP||Arvind S Kashyap|
To make a blockbuster film, the film must make the audience passionate; human feeling in the film is the most important factor, as we have seen many films that do this, but 777 is different. Charlie has human and animal emotions that we haven’t seen in a long time, we recently saw Rajendra Prasad’s film Rajendrudu Gajendrudu, and now 777 Charlie, though it is Telugu dubbed, the fact emotion has no language, However, talking about the film starts off well with hero’s introduction and why he lives alone, everything showcased within 10 minutes so that audience is ready to start the journey with Hero, but the film slows down after hero
There are a number of parts that make you emotional, and they all land effectively, keeping the audience engaged till the conclusion. The film has a Hollywood feel to it, but the makers made it with Indian feelings, which worked out very well.
Rakshit Shetty as Dharma is simply outstanding as both a carefree and lonely guy and a responsible and mature person, effortlessly balancing the two shades of characters, especially in an emotional scene with Charlie that melts your heart, and Bobby Simha as a guest star in the film engages you with his fine performance, and the rest of the cast did well.
However, bringing or conveying emotion with animals is not easy, and credit to the filmmaker and Charlie’s trainer, as there are many emotional situations that Rakshit Shetty and Charlie have to emote, and Charlie emotes very wonderfully.
777 Charlie looks great from a technical standpoint, whether it’s the cinematography or the music. Arvind S Kashyap’s photography is the film’s biggest asset, and Nobin Paul’s background music, especially in emotional sequences, killed it.
Finally, 777 Charlie is a must-see film for pet lovers; it makes you laugh while also making you cry.