Keerthy Suresh’s Good Luck Sakhi Movie Review And Ratings


Keerthy Suresh’s Good Luck Sakhi Movie Review And Ratings

Good Luck Sakhi Cast

Keerthy Suresh, Jagapathi Babu, and others

Director: Nagesh Kukunoor

Good Luck Sakhi Story

Sakhi is referred to in her town as ‘misfortune Sakhi’ because of the misfortune she apparently brings to whomsoever comes in her way. What happens when two men play impetuses to changing her fate?

Good Luck Sakhi Trailer

Good Luck Sakhi Reviews

Award-winning director Nagesh Kukunoor of Hyderabad Blues, Iqbal, and Dor popularity made his first time at the direction in Telugu with Good Luck Sakhi. Those knowledgeable with regards to his movies were energized when they announced that the film will be a sports drama. There was also hope given the fact that a woman is at the center of this story. In any case, what Kukunoor conveys is subpar both in terms of story and technicality.

Sakhi (Keerthy Suresh) is a 25-year-old who comes from a little town. She is apparently the representation of a dark feline since individuals in her town accept she carries misfortune to whoever crosses her way. Her family has attempted to wed her off multiple times however fizzled in light of the fact that the lucky men continue to meet sad mishaps. Upbeat and clearly unaffected by this, Sakhi goes about her life with no care in the world. She also seems to have an affinity to ‘golis’, both the playing and shooting kind.

Goli Raju (Aadhi Pinisetty) is her friend, somebody she used to play marbles with (subsequently the name). He goes by Rama Rao now after the late NTR and is a theater artist who desires to become famous sometime and is right now the whiz of their zilla. Soori (Rahul Ramakrishna), is another childhood friend who doesn’t appear to comprehend the word ‘no’ and reliably continues to hit on Sakhi. Before his wife (Divya Sripada), no less. Colonel (Jagapathi Babu), an ex-Army man haphazardly turns up at the town to set up a sharp-shooting institute. Given Sakhi’s proclivity to golis, Raju prescribes her to test and the rest is history.

Good Luck Sakhi‘ wanders and stretches like the mithai that Raju and Sakhi favor. It very well may be sweet to taste (or rather, watch) however turns out to be only not calories. First, the film takes as much time as is needed seeking after the goals of Colonel, notwithstanding offering the story in the special material. Then it sets up the tension between Soori and the rest of the main cast but that also soon takes a back-seat. Sakhi hails from a simple and sweet family that really has no issues with her pursuing a profession in sports. Raju may feel jealous on occasion however even he attempts to keep a top on it. In this way, notwithstanding all that, when ladies are regularly named as ‘emotional and hysterical’ in professional environments, it’s odd that Kukunoor plays into that trope for Sakhi.

What’s likewise odd is the manner by which simple Sakhi’s way is by all accounts. She has a characteristic liking towards shooting and hits the bull’s eye with regular preparation. She’s a grown-up yet behaves amateurish. The manner in which she seeks after ‘adoration’ additionally appears to be off track, also antique. Perhaps these scenes would’ve worked had there been an adolescent hero? The scenes that happen at the shooting rivalries don’t actually keep you at the edge of your seat, similar to what they’re planned to.

Kukunoor needs to let you know there’s no such thing as karma, your fate is in your grasp. Yet, the message doesn’t actually go over that well. What’s thankfully relieved is that Kukunoor subverts stereotypes by making her competitors see her as healthy competition, instead of engaging them both in a catfight.

Keerthy works really hard of attempting Sakhi, you can see she gave the film her everything. Aadhi and Jagapathi Babu, in addition to Rahul Ramakrishna, stay as reliable as usual. If by some stroke of Good Luck Sakhi had something good to back them up. We know at this point that Nagesh Kukunoor can improve.

Good Luck Sakhi Rating