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Goodachari Movie Review


Adivi Sesh, who wowed us with Kshanam is back again with an interesting Spy thriller Goodachari reminding us the old spy thriller movie. Let’s discuss how the movie is …


Arjun Kumar (Adivi Sesh) aka Gopi always takes his father Raghuveer (Jagapathi Babu) as an inspiration to join Indian Intelligence. He keeps applying but 174 times, he gets rejected. 175th time, he uses his father’s name and gets a call. Gopi has a god father, Satya (Prakash Raj) who always looks to protect him.

Finally, Arjun gets into Trinetra, a spy agency that not many know about. It is run by Government but very discreetly. Arjun meets Sameera (Shobitha Dhulipala) and someone plans to frame him as a terrorist and kill him.  Rest of the story is about how Adivi Sesh, the most wanted criminal for killing the officials escapes police radar and finds out who were behind this set up and punishes them.


Adivi Sesh improved his action skills as a spy but the screen presence he needed to carry the role is missing. Still he tried his best.

Shobitha Dhulipala looked odd in few scenes, fits the role. Supriya Yarlagadda did not have much to do in the film. Jagapathi Babu and Prakash Raj did their roles well. Vennela Kishore got a serious role and he pulled it off remotely well.


Abburi Ravi’s dialogues and screenplay doesn’t really give the high for a spy thriller. SriCharan Pakala’s score for the film is just too distracting rather than pulsating and engaging.

Adivi Sesh seems to have made it a habit to take inspirations from all the World movies and he repeated it here again. Gary BH, the editor of the movie seems to have had a hard time making a sense of all the things happening around.

Shaneil Deo’s cinematography is good but the movie needed some more aesthetics in frames for the believability. It rather looks like a huge story made on a small scale budget. Shashi Kiran Tikka, the young director tried to ape games while shooting action scenes and many English Spy films while shooting normal scenes, the execution on screen is better than the script and that saves the day.


Fast paced narration

Clever Execution

Action sequences


Old story

We can easily make out where the team took inspiration.

Very lethargic screenplay

Lack of freshness in writing


Goodachari has very gripping screen play and will definitely keep you glued to your seats. Here, even though the scenes are predictable and not original the execution makes the movie a good watch. If you like spy thrillers, you are going to love this movie.