Gam Gam Ganesha Movie Review and Rating

By - May 31, 2024 - 04:17 PM IST

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Movie: Gam Gam Ganesha
Director: Uday Bommisetty

Starring: Anand Deverakonda, Pragati Srivastava, Nayan Sarika, Emmanuel, Vennela Kishore, Satyam Rajesh

Producers: Kedar Selagamsetty, Vamsi Karumanchi
Music Director: Chaitan Bhardwaj
Cinematographer: Aditya Javvadi
Editor: Karthika Srinivas R

Banner: Hylife Entertainments
Release Date: May 31, 2024

iQlik Movies Rating: 2.5/5

Anand Deverakonda is a young hero with a new release in Gam Gam Ganesha. The film, directed by Uday Bommisetty, marks his return after his blockbuster hit "Baby." It is a crime comedy.

Ganesh (Anand Deverakonda) and his friend (Emmanuel), who are small-time crooks and they are fleeing. Ganesh, who is in love with Shruti (Nayan Sarika), faces a significant setback in life. Determined to change his fortunes, he plans a big heist, which fails spectacularly. The movie revolves around how Ganesh navigates his way through this failure and ultimately finds success. You have to watch the film to know more.

Anand Deverakonda showcases a completely different side from his previous roles, bringing energy and solid comedic timing to his character. His performance is varied and engaging. Emmanuel excels as Ganesh's sidekick, and the chemistry between the two brings a lot of humor to the film. The comedy sequences are well-executed and enjoyable, particularly the antics of Vennela Kishore as Organ David. The rest of the cast made their presence felt.

Technical Aspects:
Chaitan Bhardwaj?s music is decent, but the background score falls short. Aditya Javvadi's cinematography is competent, and the production values are adequate. The editing is satisfactory, but the direction by Uday Bommisetty is underwhelming. Given the familiar storyline, a more gripping screenplay with fresh elements was necessary. The technical aspects of the film are sound.

Plus Points:
Few comedy scenes

Minus Points:
Weak Execution
Forced emotional scenes

The film's focus on entertainment over storytelling proves to be a major drawback. The narrative often feels stagnant, especially in the second half, where the makers seem to run out of ideas. The setup and core concept lack originality, making the crime comedy feel familiar and unremarkable. The emotional elements in the latter half come across as forced and unconvincing. The fun moments, although amusing, do not compensate for the lack of character development. Gam Gam Ganesha does not live up to the expectations set by Anand Deverakonda's previous film. The movie provides some entertainment but ultimately fails to deliver a satisfying experience.

Final Verdict: Falls Short of Expectations..


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