Gatta Kusthi is a sports drama scripted and directed by Chella Ayyavu Chella Ayyavu is a director working in the Tamil f >> Read More... . The film is produced by , Ravi Teja Ravi Teja is the popular Telugu hero, whose birth >> Read More... , Aryan Ramesh, and Shubra. Aishwarya Lekhsmi plays the lead role along with Vishnu Vishal. “ Gajaraj Gajaraj is an actor, known for appearing in Tamil >> Read More... ,” “ Karunas Karunas is a popular comedian, musician, and produ >> Read More... ,” , , Kaali Venkat Kali Venkat hails from a rural village named Kovil >> Read More... , Redin Kingsley Redin Kingsley is an Indian-origin actor and comed >> Read More... , Hareesh Peradi Hareesh Peradi, a sublime actor who blends so well >> Read More... , Actor Ajay Ajay is an actor, known mostly for his movies in T >> Read More... and “ Shatru Shatru is an Indian actor who has worked in severa >> Read More... .” “Richard M Nathan” cranked the camera, and editing is by Prasanna GK. Justin Prabhakaran Justin Prabhakaran is a Tamil soundtrack composer >> Read More... composed the music.
Veera is a wealthy villager who wishes to marry an uneducated girl. Keerthi is a professional wrestler, and she is educated too. However, due to circumstances, she has to sacrifice her dreams and marry Veera. Veera learns about Keerthi’s talents. What was his decision? Did he allow her to follow her dreams or learn a lot from her? The rest of the film deals with it.
Aishwarya’s performance is impressive. She fits in the role well and stuns the audience with her exemplary performance. Vishnu Vishal did his best. The chemistry between Aishwarya and Vishnu is good. The rest of the stars did what was required of them.
Chella Ayyavu joined Vishnu again for this sports entertainer laced with comedy. The characters are designed well, and the right stars are picked. The main lead, Aishwarya Lekshmi Aishwarya Lekshmi is an Indian actress who has wor >> Read More... is the fulcrum of the film, and she nailed the role. She excelled in both emotional and comedy scenes. Her body language and expressions are fantastic. The climax stunt sequence is well-shot. However, the second half of the film gives a feeling that the film travels out of track. Certain scenes required a strong execution. However, the production value of the film is neat. The cinematography and editing are perfect, and the BGM by Justin Prabhakaran gels well with the story.
What’s Not There?
Though the film has its positives and negatives, it is a good entertainer. You can try this one if you love watching movies with different subjects and good performances!