Raju Gari Gadhi 3 Movie Review


Talented actor, host and director Omkhar is back testing his luck with the third installment of Raju Gari Gadhi which is titled Raju Gari Gadhi 3. Ashwin Babu, Avika Gor, Ali, Urvashi, Brahmaji, Hari Teja played the lead roles in the movie which released across the globe today. OAK Entertainments bankrolled this horror drama and here is the complete review of Raju Gari Gadhi 3:


Raju Gari Gadhi 3 is the story of Ashwin (Ashwin Babu), an auto driver who resides in the colony. Then comes Maya (Avika Gor) and all those who propose her get attacked by evil spirits. The colony members trap Ashwin and makes him fall in love with Maya. Things change completely after he proposes Maya. The rest of Raju Gari Gadhi 3 is all about what happens next and the backstory of Maya and how Ashwin stands strong and fights against all the evils. Watch Raju Gari Gadhi 3 to know about the real story of this horror drama.


VFX Work
Brahmaji and Ali
Second Half


First Half
Predictable narration
Major plot deviated


Ashwin Babu improves by miles as an actor and he fits well as Ashwin in Raju Gari Gadhi 3. He delivers a decent job throughout the film. Avika Gor has a decent role assigned and she stuns everyone during the climax episodes. Prabhas Seenu, Hari Teja, Getup Seenu have been good as colony mates. Ali and Brahmaji are the major highlights of the film and their comic timing in the second half has been top class. Dhanraj and Ajay Ghosh deliver their best in limited roles. All the other actors have been decent.

Raju Gari Gadhi 3 has a lean plot and it is the entertainment, VFX work that makes the film rich and interesting. The screenplay has been ok and the dialogues have been apt. The background score and the VFX effects are the major highlights of Raju Gari Gadhi 3. The cinematography work too has been decent and the production values are good. Omkhar does a decent job but the film should have been much better.


Raju Gari Gadhi 3 can be given a shot once for the entertainment and the horror scenes. The film is predictable and slow-paced at times.