F3 Movie Review: It’s not a secret that Venkatesh and Varun Tej were in F2, and that’s why it became the biggest comedy series in Telugu. But since F2 was so popular, Anil Ravipudiu has made F3, which many fans have been waiting for. We all know that the pandemic caused F3 to be delayed more than once, but now that it’s out, everyone is very excited about it.
The main theme of F3 is money. Venky (Venkatesh) and Varun (Varun Tej) are in debt because their wives are spending too much money. After losing money, Venky and Varun decide to open a hotel. However, when a famous person stays at their hotel, things change. This leads to a big scam, but Venky and Varun get caught up in it because Harika’s (Tamannaah) greedy family is behind it. The end of the story is that Venky and Varun finally get out of this trouble.
Cast & Crew
Anil Ravipudi directed F3, which stars Venkatesh, Varun Tej, Tamannaah, Mehreen Pirzada, Pooja Hedge, Sunil, and others. Sai Sri Ram was in charge of the film’s cinematography. Devi Sri Prasad was in charge of the film’s music. Shirish produced the film, Dil Raju showed it, and Zee Cinemas was in charge of distributing it.
|Cast Leads||Venkatesh, Varun Tej, Tamannaah, Mehreen Pirzada, Pooja Hedge, Sunil, Murali Sharma, Pragathi, Raghu Babu|
|Written by||Anil Ravipudi|
|Music||Devi Sri Prasad|
|DOP||Sai Sri Ram|
A comedy movie doesn’t need a plot because the main goal of the filmmakers is to make the audience laugh, and if the audience has a good time laughing, they are less likely to care about the plot. F3, on the other hand, is a paisa vasool movie, even though it doesn’t have a great story. But the comedy in the movie works pretty well.
The main idea of the movie, which is the value of money, is told by actor Murali Sharma in a voice-over. Sharma makes jokes about how people with money can be made fun of and enjoyed, but if they don’t have money, he gets mad. But after 30 minutes, the movie starts to get boring because the story doesn’t move forward and we feel like we’re just watching comedy bits. The first half ended with comedy scenes that introduced the main characters and their flaws. Some of the stories can be seen, but it doesn’t work as well in the second half. However, Sonal Chauhan’s twist did work in the second half, and the movie ends with comedy.
Anil Ravipudi gave Venkatesh and Varun Tej flaws, like being blind at night and having trouble speaking, and both actors did a great job with them. Every scene with Venkatesh is interesting, and Varun Tej is just as good, matching Venkatesh scene for scene. Harika’s character, Tamannah, also did a great job. In every scene, she tried to keep up with Venkatesh and Varun Tej.
Anil Ravipudi is the best director for making comedies. He brings a sense of humor to every project he works on. But it’s clear that F3’s main goal wasn’t to tell a story, but rather to make people laugh with his comedy. But his talk about money was able to keep the crowd’s attention.
Even though Sai Sri Ram’s cinematography isn’t great and DSP’s score doesn’t live up to expectations, the technical strengths of the movie can’t be denied. The music in F2 was better than that in F3, and the other departments did a good job of meeting the film’s needs.
F3 is a must-see if you just want to have a good laugh.