Ganga (Kanchan2) Telugu Movie Review | Raghava Lawrence Taapsee Pannu
|Release Date||:||May 02,2015|
|Starring||:||Raghava lawrence,Taapsee Pannu|
|Music Director||:||Leon James, S. Thaman|
Raghava Lawrence is back with Ganga that is that the third a part of his famous Muni franchise. starring Taapsee as the feminine lead, this film has hit the screens today. Let’s see however it’s.
Type Of Movie (Genre) :
Raghava(Lawrence) is a is very with green TV, and is incredibly frightened of ghosts. One fine day, he’s denote aboard his creative director Nandini (Taapsee) to cover a story supported a haunting guest house. He along with his unit reaches the place and starts shooting for their TV show.
Twist within the tale arises once Taapsee finds a sacred thread and starts experiencing weird incidents around her. Very soon, she gets possessed by an spirit which conjointly keeps troubling Raghava. who is that this evil spirit? What will it have to do with Nandini and Ragahava? That forms the remainder of the story.
Technical Aspects :
Music of the film may be a immense disadvantage as none of the songs register with the viewers. Background score is pretty good and elevates the film to a decent level. Dialogues written can go well with the mass audience. screenplay of the film is great for the primary half but bogs down fully during the second.
With Ganga, Lawrence doesn’t experiment much and sticks to his successful formula. He sets up a Intelligent first half and evokes superb comedy from his actors. however the means he handles the second half is below par. He drags the film with gratuitous scenes and complicates the climax.
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Final Words :
On the full, Ganga may be a horror comedy that has some interesting moments. Taapsee’s excellent performance and a hilarious are square measure large assets for the film. however a below par second half and a loud climax spoil the fun to an extent. However, this film can see large openings as a result of the hype surroundings it and will satisfy its target audience that is that the B and C centers.
Overall 25CineFrames Rating : 3/5