Entertainment777 Charlie Movie Review How is the 777 Charlie Film?

777 Charlie Movie Review How is the 777 Charlie Film?

The love between the online hero and the dog of the film, and the pranks they both do together are 777 Charlie

777 Charlie movie was the most anticipated in Kannada cinema because of the dog Rakshit Shetty Charlie who is starring in the movie.

The film has been made by director Kiran Raj for almost 5 years. The film has been released in 5 languages ​​namely Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi. It is worth mentioning that Sangeetha Sringeri is playing the lead role in the film.

The story of the film

Dharma (Rakshit Shetty), who lost her family at an early age, is living without any passion for life. In his life, comes a female dog named Charlie.

The hero who initially chases the dog keeps it with him for a few days. Dharma, Charlie also changes Dharma’s life Charlie.

Level past affection on Charlie Hero Dharma at one point Dharma finds out that Charlie has cancer, did Dharma save Charlie from this cancer or not? What became of his life after that is the rest of the story.

Although there are a lot of dog-centric comics in Tamil cinema, Charlie’s is a slightly different story.

Kudos to director Kiranraj for capturing the emotionally sentimental scenes in the film. Next up are Rakshit Shetty, who rudely expresses his love for Charlie and all of the scenes where he feels his life through Charlie and through the journey. His performance, especially in the climax scenes, applauds everyone.

In a story like this, the director is giving right to many characters including Bobby Simha who comes in between is the most talked about protagonist in Kannada Raj P Shetty. The length of the film leaves a slight line. The length of the film makes the viewer feel a little tired.

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Although many scenes in the second half take us to the peak of emotion, the scenes that come between those scenes leave us languishing.

The background music and cinematography add to the strength of the film. Charlie would have been more celebrated if only the length had been slightly shorter. The film is released in Tamil by Karthik Supuraj.

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