777 Charlie Telugu Movie Review: Rakshit Shetty is one of the most underrated artists in Kannada because he always tries something new, even if it doesn’t work out. 777 Charlie is an exciting new project that is very different from his last movie, Athade Srimannarayana. After seeing the teaser, both celebrities and moviegoers have said they want to see this movie.
In the case of Dharma (Rakshit Shetty), he is a lonely man who always eats and sleeps the same way and worries. Dharma’s view of life changed forever when a dog named Charlie came into his life. At first, Charlie made Dharma very angry, but as time went on, he grew to love him. Dharma and Charlie, on the other hand, decided one day to go to different places and learn about life. Dharma learned how important life and relationships are to him because he couldn’t live without Charlie. The rest of the story is all about how Dharma and Charlie feel about each other.
Cast & Crew
Kiranraj K’s 777 Charlie also has Rakshit Shetty, Sangeetha Sringeri, and Raj B Shetty. Also in the movie are Danish Sait and Bobby Simha. Arvind S. Kashyap was in charge of cinematography. The movie was made by G. S. Gupta and Rakshit Shetty, and Nobin Paul wrote the music for it.
|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|
This has happened in other movies before, but 777 is different. The picture has to grab the viewer’s attention, and the most important part of the film is how it makes people feel. This week, we’re going to see 777 Charlie, even though Rajendra Prasad dubbed it into Telugu. Even though we meet Hero and learn why he lives alone in the first ten minutes, which makes us feel comfortable going on this adventure with him, the pace of the movie slows down after Hero leaves the picture.
There are a lot of intense scenes, and each one is well-placed to keep the audience interested until the end. When making the movie, Indian feelings were taken into account, and it turned out pretty well.
Rakshit Shetty, who plays Dharma, does a great job of balancing the two sides of his character in an emotional scene with Charlie that warms your heart. Bobby Simha, who is a guest star in the movie, gives a great performance, as does the rest of the cast.
So, Rakshit Shetty and Charlie’s trainer should be praised for how well they were able to make the audience feel strong emotions during the movie’s many emotional scenes.
Both the pictures and the music in 777 Charlie are fun to look at and listen to. The background music by Nobin Paul, especially during the sad parts, is a standout part of the film’s photography.
Animal lovers should definitely see the movie 777 Charlie, which is both funny and sad.