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Chaari 111 Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, March 1, 2024 • Kannada ]
Chaari 111 Review
Barkat Studios
Vennela Kishore, Murali Sharma, Samyuktha Viswanathan
TG Keerthi Kumar
Aditi Soni
Simon K King

Chaari 111 Movie Review

In his debut lead role in the upcoming film Chaari 111, Vennela Kishore takes on the challenging character of a spy. Director TG. Keerthi Kumar has hinted at the possibility of expanding the film into a spy universe if it proves successful. He drew inspiration from Mega Star Chiranjeevi's iconic films "Rudranetra" and "Chantabbai." This revelation has heightened excitement among movie enthusiasts, eager to witness Vennela Kishore's portrayal of a spy and the potential development of a new cinematic universe.


Chaari 111( Vennela Kishore) character is enlisted by the former Army man Prasad Rao( Murali Sharma), who operates the Rudranetra Secret Services. He is tasked with solving a high-profile case involving a suicide bomber, as the agency's other agents are preoccupied. Despite being dismissed as ineffectual by Prasad Rao, Chaari embarks on the investigation. The roles of CM (Rahul Ravindran), agents Eesha (Samyuktha Viswanathan), Bunty (Thagubothu Ramesh), Rahul (Satya), business magnate Srinivas (Brahmaji), and Priya (Pavani Reddy) are pivotal in the narrative. The story unfolds intriguingly as the mystery deepens, including the revelation of the mysterious figure Rawan.

Chaari 111 Movie Review


Vennela Kishore shines in the lead role of Chaari, captivating viewers with his comedic antics and expressive performances. His hilarious acts and expressions never fail to amuse, drawing laughs with his unique mannerisms. Thaagubothu Ramesh and Satya provide excellent support, adding to the humor with their own quirky styles, including their amusing conversations in butler English and comedic dialogues.

Samyuktha Vishwanathan delivers a strong performance as the female lead, impressing audiences with her acting skills and surprising everyone with her action sequences. Murali Sharma and Brahmaji, along with Subhalekha Sudhakar, deliver solid performances that complement the overall narrative. Pavani Reddy and the rest of the cast also contribute effectively to their respective roles.

Director Keerthi Kumar TG delivers on his promise of an entertaining spy story, focusing more on providing laughs than intense thrills. While he succeeds in showcasing Vennela Kishore, Thaagubothu Ramesh, and Satya's comedic talents, other aspects of the film fall short. The story becomes predictable, and the flashback and climax lack impact. Keerthik Kumar's screenplay and direction, while entertaining, are not without their flaws.

Chaari 111 Movie Review

The music by Simon K King is lively and adds to the film's energy, while Kashish Grover's cinematography enhances the overall visual appeal. Editing by Richard K Kelvin could have been tighter to improve the pacing. Overall, the production values are good, contributing to the film's overall appeal.


Vennela Kishore's Chaari 111, directed by TG. Keerthi Kumar, sets aside logic to offer pure entertainment for movie enthusiasts. While Vennela Kishore's performance manages to entertain initially, the plot soon becomes predictable and loses its freshness.

Rating: 2.5 / 5.0


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