Verdict: Raju Gari Gadhi 3 fits right in with its prequels.

Just like the Kanchana series, Ohmkar’s Raju Gari Gadhi series has become a name to reckon with. While the first part of this series was a roaring hit, the second part ended up as an average grosser. Now, he is back with the third part and has experimented by making his brother Ashwin Babu a solo lead hero for the first time in the franchise. Featuring Avika Gor as the leading lady, Raju Gari Gadhi 3 also stars Ali, Brahmaji, Ajay Ghosh, Dhanraj and others among the rest of the cast. Let’s delve into the merits and demerits of Raju Gari Gadhi 3.

What’s Raju Gari Gadhi 3 About:

The movie revolves around the story of an auto driver, Ashwin (Ashwin Babu), who irritates everyone in the colony where he stays. Maya (Avika Gor) is a doctor by profession and she is guarded by superficial evil powers that have their roots in the 18th century, during the British period in Kerala. On the other hand, whoever tries to propose to Maaya (Avika Gor) gets killed by an evil spirit. Ashwin’s colony mates help him establish a relationship with Maya and encourage him to propose to her to take revenge. Strange things start happening with Ashwin after he proposes to Maya. How Ashwin succeeds in his love and faces the consequences of evil spirit forms the crux of the story.

What Works:

There is a lot of improvement in Ashwin’s acting and is probably his best performance to date. Avika Gor is extraordinary in the climax scene and has done justice in her limited role. Ali gets a meaty role and is splendid in his comic act. Ajay Ghosh as the baba and his scenes involving actress Urvashi have turned out pretty well. Hari Teja, Prabhas Seenu and others who play colony mates are adequate in their roles. Dhanraj and Brahmaji were pretty good in their respective roles. Ohmkar has attempted in making this installment of Raju Gari Gadhi majorly as a comic entertainer and has excelled in it. Most of the horror sequences are designed to make you laugh and are largely successful. Sekharmaster ‘s choreography and Chota K Naidu’s camera work is outstanding. Gautham Raju’s editing is flawless.

What Could Have Been Better:

A bit of seriousness in the script would have done wonders to an otherwise well-made comedy-horror flick.

Why You Should Watch:

Raju Gari Gadhi 3 is yet another hilarious horror entertainer from the franchise that can be watched along with family and friends. Put your brains aside, suspend your disbelief, and treat yourself to a wholesome entertainment package.